About Us
NavajoCrafts markets authentic handcrafted Navajo rugs from outlying Reservation areas, Hopi Katchina Dolls carved high up in the Mesas and traditional Navajo, Zuni and Hopi jewelry.

NavajoCrafts offers unique items some from various Reservation Trading Posts renowned for their long time service to the communities. Visit these old time trading posts and step into American Southwest History.
Bruce Burnham is third generation trader born on the Reservation; the Burnham family has owned various Trading Posts over the many years and Bruce currently runs the Burnham Trading Post with his Navajo wife in an area where Wide Ruin weaving is famous. The Burnham families trading business goes back to his great grandfather who traded from Colorado to Gallup New Mexico up and down the Navajo Reservation in the late 1800's.

Hank is second generation trader born on the Navajo Reservation. His uncles were the catalysts that got his father into the business right after WWll at Red Mesa Trading Post. Hank has run a few trading posts till he settled down in his own business with his Navajo wife at Trading Post near Chinley an area famous for yei pictorial weavings.

Les Wilson born in California went to college in Santa Fe New Mexico, after graduation he accepted a job at Shonto Trading Post and never left the business. After managing various trading posts Les aquired the famous Two Grey Hills Trading Post in the mid 1980's and runs it with with his Navajo wife. Some weavers in the area still shear their own wool and weave in natural sheep wool colors.

Handcrafted by Native American Artists