Arlene's is a leading supplier of the best Southwest and Native American arts, jewelry, pottery and other authentic items. The newest editions of The Trail of the Painted Ponies have arrived!. Plus other news from Arlene's. Native Art Basics Learn about the varied forms of pottery, designs, colors, tribes, plus some information about sandpainting.
|Address||415 East Allen St|
|Phone Number||(520) 457-3833|
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Many people have visited our stores over the years, and have said the following, " We did not expect to find these stores in Tombstone!" Thus, we have adopted that phrase in our advertising! We are proud, and grateful, to hear those comments about our stores on a daily basis. Our customers say this because of our commitment to quality, unique selection of merchandise, and customer service and satisfaction. Tombstone was founded in 1879 by Ed Schiefflin, who was stationed at Fort Huachuca. When Ed said he was going to look for silver in the area, many around him said "All you will find there is your tombstone."