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Sea Fur Sewing

Quality meets style

Alaskan Native Robert Miller is keeping the ancient tradition of his Tlingit ancestors alive with his Sitka-based business, Sea Fur Sewing. Sea Fur Sewing sells highly functional, custom crafted, indigenous outerwear from seal, sea otter, beaver, wolf, and fox fur. Whether hunting sea otters in the Sitka Sound or tanning

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Ketchikan Dry Goods

Hand Crafted - Alaska Sourced

Ketchikan Dry Goods is a locally-owned boutique and gift shop, nestled in downtown Ketchikan’s historic district. Inspired by the beauty and artistry of Southeast Alaska, KDG features a carefully curated collection of beautiful handcrafted goods. We feature local artists and artisans from throughout Alaska with many handcrafted, specialty goods. We’re

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Jeffrey Skaflestad Art

Tlingit Art in Its Purest Form.

Jeffrey Skaflestad is a Tlingit carver and formline artist.  His art is inspired by ancestral influences and he has had wonderful mentors/teachers on his journey. These include; David Williams, Ernie Smeltzer, Gordon Greenwald, David Boxley, Steve Brown, Wayne Price, Greg Horner, Bill Holm and currently Scott Jensen.  Being true to

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Eagle Arts Gallery

Contemporary Native American Art.

Alaska Eagle Arts, owned and operated by Brigette Ellis, began in 1986. Brigette’s intention with the art business was the exclusive representation of contemporary Native American artist, Marvin E. Oliver and his works of art.  Marvin Oliver (1946-2019) was a multifaceted artist and professor who worked in a wide range

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Resolute Boutique

For the beautiful adventurer.

Launched in 2016, Cordova Pleasants created an online shopping experience before later opening up her first brick and mortar in downtown Juneau, Alaska in 2019, with hand selected, top quality, and environmentally friendly clothing to share with busy women who would rather be exploring. With versatility and casual luxury always

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The Cedar Box

Alaska Native art & gifts for everyone.

Rooted in a passion for Alaskan Native art, culture, and communities, the Cedar Box became the first Alaska Native Gift Shop in Petersburg. Since opening in May 2018, Will and Christy Ware have been sharing Petersburg’s strong Tlingit history and culture through art, sea otter fur, jewelry, and now deer

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