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“Gem of Sedona”
Review of Kachina House

Kachina House
Ranked #2 of 109 Shopping in Sedona
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Kachina House in Sedona is the largest distributor of Native American art and artifacts in Arizona. Our 5,000 square foot showroom/warehouse in West Sedona, nestled among the famous red rocks, offers pottery including Horsehair, Acoma, Hopi, Navajo, Santa Clara, and Zuni; artifacts; jewelry; Hopi Traditional "Old Style" Katsinas and Hopi Full-Figure Contemporary Katsinas; Navajo Kachinas; Hopi Baskets; sand paintings; original art; prints; and much more. Our authentic native products made in the Southwest are signed and/or come with Certificates of Authenticity. We have also expanded and now carry gourd art by Robert Rivera as well as Mata Ortiz handbuilt pottery from Mexico. We are your source for arts and crafts from the greater southwest.
Jersey City, New Jersey
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4 reviews
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“Gem of Sedona”
Reviewed 2 October 2013

I would call this the hidden gem of Secona, but it's already #1 on Tripadvisor. This place truly is the must visit spot in town, and not just for shopping. Kachina House is a museum of Native American artwork and history. The staff is so well educated and you will leave with a new understanding of Native American culture. Also, the prices cannot be beat. The most precious items are expensive, but you can find beautiful pots and other items at very affordable prices. While enjoying the outdoor sights and sounds in Sedona, step inside Kachina House and see the art and history as well.

Visited September 2013
Thank Robert A
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Watkinsville, Georgia
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22 reviews
6 attraction reviews
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“Art for all budgets”
Reviewed 1 October 2013

My husband and I had read the excellent reviews for Kachina House and were not disappointed by what we saw, learned and purchased. We went in hoping to pick up a small souvenir of our vacation in Sedona and went away with a piece of Native American art instead. It was hard to choose among the many kachina dolls, ranging in price from under $20 to over several thousand dollars, but the owner graciously helped us make a selection to suit our budget, educating us on the identity and spiritual role of each doll we admired. I would heartily recommend the store to all who are interested in Native American art, but leave small children behind--there are priceless pieces within the reach of small fingers. :-)

Visited September 2013
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Imperial, Missouri
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27 reviews
11 attraction reviews
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“Third Time's a Charm”
Reviewed 24 September 2013

This is our third visit to the Kachina House and we have never been disappointed with their selection of Native American merchandise. Each visit we purchase several pieces of expensive pottery and have it shipped home. The parcels and merchandise arrive in excellent condition which is impressive. This is critical as all of the pieces we purchase are one of a kind and can't be replaced. Also, they have a wonderful selection of jewelry, both new and estate pieces. This, of course, is immediately worn and transported by me personally :)
Whether or not you are interested in Native American merchandise, simply going to the Kachina House and speaking with any of the knowledgeable staff is an experience all its own. So, don't hesitate to check out the Kachina House (whether you look them up on their web site or you visit in person) . . . you will be pleasantly surprised!

Visited September 2013
Thank Al-Tammy
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Tucson, Arizona
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5 reviews
3 attraction reviews
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“Awesome store”
Reviewed 14 September 2013

If you're staying in the "touristy" part of town, take the time to go check this store out. They have some wonderful AUTHENTIC Native American merchandise (if you're a collector...you'll be in heaven). You will pay double for NON-authentic stuff in the tourist part of town. At least check this out first. The ladies that helped us were so friendly and knowledgeable, just overall great people. Prepare to spend a good 30-60 min in there...there is a lot to see.

Visited August 2013
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2 reviews
Reviewed 27 August 2013

I was interested in purchasing a kachina doll and was recommended this business. It was easy to find (with a car) and parking right outside. The ladies inside were amazing and were very knowledgeable about first nation people. They had some amazing pieces and sell not just kachina dolls but other art work and jewelry. I brought a couple of dolls and they posted them internationally for me. They were well packed and arrived in one piece. I had to leave my credit card open for the postage fee and they charged me a very good price. I also purchased a beautiful turquoise necklace at a great price. Thrilled.

Visited July 2013
Thank Jane B
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