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Bair's Indian Trading Company features authentic Navajo Rugs and other genuine Native American handmade arts and crafts. Their Navajo rugs are hand-woven from 100% wool by members of the Navajo Nation using traditional methods. Their jewelry is beautifully handmade by Navajo, Hopi, Santo Domingo, and Zuni silversmiths using turquoise from U.S. mines and other natural stones.

The baskets are made by Navajo and Tohono O'odham makers. They also offer a fascinating selection of books about Navajo Rugs, Indian Jewelry, Baskets, and Pottery, and about the history and culture of some of the Southwest's Native American peoples.

Location: P.O. Box 17476, Tucson Arizona 85731

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