Located in the 110 year old H.E. Dicus Motor Company Building, former home of Studebaker Carriages and Mining Trucks. Specializing in Mexican folk art, pottery, retablos, weavings, metal wall objects, masks, clothing, native and local handcrafted jewelry. Colorful, lively, fun!!!
Latitude: 34.751046 Longitude: -112.115257 Elevation: 5137 ft
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Interests and Areas of Expertise
We search the far corners of Mexico to bring interesting items to our shop in Jerome. Some of our favorite shopping areas are Oaxaca, Patzcuero, San Miguel de Allende and Tepic. We shop for indigoneous arts in each village.
We particularly have an affection for Jerome because of the strong presence of Mexican miners in the heyday of Jerome's million dollar boom years. Besides the history, the climate is wonderful and the town has incredible views of the Verde Valley.
We like to spend the day at Tlaquepaque in Sedona. This is a replica of the shopping district in Guadalajara. Sip a Marguerita at one of the Verde Valley great Mexican restaurants.
Seasons OpenOpen all year.
ADA Accessibility Notes
Steps in the building.
Pet Friendly Notes
Well behaved pets welcome.