About Us

Arlene's Storefront with Cowboys and a Jewelry Display

Arlene's opened in 1978 in the "Town Too Tough To Die", Tombstone, Arizona. Two more Locations were opened in Tombstone in the early 1980's. Today, we have 3 Arlene's on historic Allen Street to serve you! 

Arlene's Gallery (415 E. Allen Street)

Our original location since 1978! We have a great selection of both Native American made and Non Native American made jewelry. You will find unique gifts and home decor, along with artwork and sculptures that are made all over the United States and Worldwide.

Arlene's Southwest Trading Company (400 E. Allen Street)

At the corner of 4th and Allen Street, you will find an array of Native American items from the Four Corners Region. We have pottery from many different pueblos, Hopi and Navajo Kachinas, Replica Artifacts, Storytellers, Navajo Rugs, and so much more! Also, we have a nice selection of Mata Ortiz Pottery from the famous village of Casas Grandes In northern Mexico

Arlene's Southwest Silver and Gold (402 E. Allen Street)

 Right next door to Arlene's Southwest Trading Company, you will find Native American made Jewelry. We mostly carry selections from the Navajo, Zuni and Hopi Tribes. This store was the first expansion in the mid 1980's, shortly followed by the Southwest Trading Company.