We are known for our outstanding selection of Native American made jewelry. In addition, we have a wide array of Native American pottery, sandpaintings, fetishes, rugs, artifacts, and more. Arlene’s is a long-standing member of the Indian Arts and Crafts association. This assures you that when we say the item is Native American made, it is. Furthermore, our gallery has many unique and unusual gifts for your family and décor for your home. Also, we are known for our fair everyday pricing and no “phony” sales.Many people have visited our stores over the years, and have said the following, “
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.
Arlene’s opened in 1978 in the “Town Too Tough To Die”, Tombstone, Arizona. Two more locations were opened in Tombstone the early 1980’s. Today, we have 3 Arlene’s locations on historic Allen Street to serve you. In addition, we have a western wear shop, The Branding Iron, at 503 E. Allen Street.
Our business has been built on repeat customers. Arlene’s has been very fortunate to have customers that have been shopping with us for 3 generations. We strive to give outstanding service and merchandise selection when you visit our stores. Please come and visit our stores and you too will see what thousands of customers have known for almost 40 years.