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By RobertBass

The holiday season is all about finding the perfect gift for loved ones. Sedona is a vibrant place full of boutiques and shops that offer unique, high-quality gifts. Here’s our Sedona shopping list, organized by location. By Teresa K. Traverse. South of the “Y”.

Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village

Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village was inspired by a Mexican village and features more than 50 boutiques. We spent hours wandering around this shopping center, enjoying window shopping and the opportunity to shop in the numerous stores. It is a charming setting. The setting is charming with its lush, well-kept landscaping, fountains, and cream-colored buildings. There are also ivy-covered walls, windows, and a few windows that showcase the exquisite wares. A few of Tlaquepaque’s shops are worth a closer inspection.

Bella Fine Goods Sedona Shopping

Bella Fine Goods’ name reflects the quality of what you will find inside. The selection is so extensive that we could spend hours just looking at it. You will find hand-crafted bags, custom-made benches and luxe candles, as well as high-end furniture like earrings by Ink + Alloy and alpaca throws available in many Sedona Shopping colors. Larch Wood also has an heirloom cuttingboard. BowWow Sedona is a new Tlaquepaque resident. It opened its doors in October. BowWow sells pet apparel, accessories, and pet care products. You may also find Hurtta outdoor gear and Diva Dog, Hip Doggies, Natural Dogs, Fox + Hound, and Chilly Dogs. You can relax after all the shopping by ordering a hot beverage from The Chai Shop if you are feeling tired. You can choose from the classic Chai or the more exotic flavors such as Butter Chai and Coconut Rose.


Esteban’s was established in 1974. It is one of the first shops to open in Tlaquepaque. Esteban’s stocks functional and decorative pottery by over 50 local artists. You will find handmade ceramic cups, vases, and bowls in a variety of colors here. Wall art and wind bells complete the inventory. If you are looking for a unique gift, there are signs that say “Made In Arizona” all over the shop. Feliz Navidad is always Christmas-time Many ornaments have a Southwest twist. You can imagine bulbs decorated with scenes of Sedona’s red rock, snowy cactus ornaments, and even a Cathedral Rock Polish Glass ornament. There is also an additional location in Uptown Sedona.

Vino Zona Sedona Shopping

Kuivato Glass Art Gallery’s title says it all. You will find many handmade glass creations at this gallery. You will find chandeliers and vases in many styles and colors hanging high from the ceiling. You can see the work of artists like Randy Walker, Paradise Glass Works and Jenny Floravita. Renee Taylor has three galleries located at Tlaquepaque that are filled with striking, contemporary artwork. Modern artwork in Sedona Shopping metal, canvas, and multi-media formats can be found at the Renee Taylor Gallery. Peter Skidd has steel metal wall art and colorful paintings by Cheryl Martin.