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This Native American Art Source features over 3,000 square feet of gallery and showroom space where visitors can see some of the finest examples of Native American art, flutes, masks and tribal dress on display. Wholesale inquiries are invited and Black Arrow Indian Art is a member of the Indian Arts & Crafts Association.

Native American Indian Jewelry Artist and Navajo actor Ray Tracey is world known for his sterling silver, gold, and precious stone jewelry designs featuring rings, braclets, necklaces and earrings. Black Arrow Indian Art now has Arizona's largest selection of the rare Dry Creek Turquoise, better known as the Sacred Buffalo Turquoise sterling silver jewelry. This unique Native American Indian jewelry line features turquoise squash blossom necklaces, rings, turquoise watchbands, braclets, earrings, necklaces.

Location: 130 West Gurley Street, Prescott Arizona 86301 Telephone Toll Free: 800-621-6668 Fax 520-708-9702

Other Art nearby:
(Mayer) Arcosanti
(Prescott) Arts Prescott Gallery
(Prescott) Black Arrow Indian Art
(Sedona) Exposures Gallery
(Prescott) Granite Mountain Gallery
(Sedona) James Ratliff Gallery

01/29 Coming to The Prescott area
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