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This shop has a wide variety of athentic Native Alaskan art by locals and owners Ken and Monica Decker. Every piece has a story and they can tell you all about the artists, and the story of each piece. They also have a wide variety...More
The last true Alaskan Native Art store in Ketchikan. Owned and operated by Ken Decker Thimpsean master carver and artist and his wife Monica. Truly fine honest Alaskans. If you want an authentic piece of Alaskan art go visit Ken and Monica. Five Star rated.
While this is a small gallery, it is literally stuffed with all sorts of attractive crafts, from tee shirts with Native American designs to high end crafts and jewelry, with everything in between. The owner, Ken Decker, a Tsimshian, is friendly and informative. The biggest...More
Much better shopping here than down by the pier! When I visited their store 5 years ago they had some wonderful hand carved Christmas decorations displayed on a tree. I was disappointed, as I didn't see them there on this years visit. My sister and...More
Privately owned store (not owned by the cruise ship companies), with wonderful treasures to memorialize your Alaskan trip and support native artisans. The staff is very helpful and knowledgeable, the prices very fair. Highly recommend you stop here rather than the typical souvenir shops closer...More
When I knew I was going back to Alaska I was excited to once again visit my absolute favorite Inside Passage shop. I had visited once before and purchased a beautiful hand carved pendant. Honestly it is one of my most prized possessions and I...More
This shop is small, intimate, full of treasures made by true native artists sourced locally and some made on-the-spot. Excellent place to learn more about Native history, the artwork and the meaning behind the symbols, tribe animals and characters. It's a little pricey, but it...More