“Experience The Tradition”
The trading post has been a unique and traditional way of buying and selling goods in the Southwest for many decades.
The charm and heritage of this Indian reservation business is nowhere better expressed than at Southwest Showroom, also known as Fifth Generation Trading Company.
As our name signifies, we represent five generations of the Tanner family trading with Native American Indians. Our great-great grandfather, Seth Benjamin Tanner began this tradition in 1875 when he led a wagon train from Utah to Tuba City, Arizona and founded trading posts on the Navajo Reservation.
For the discriminating collector to the first time Southwest visitor, we offer it all – handmade Navajo rugs, alabaster sculptures, drums, kachinas, pottery, Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni sterling silver and turquoise jewelry. Our showroom also houses the largest collection of Navajo sandpainting art in the Southwest, including works of many famous sandpainting artists.
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