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We have many beautiful vintage woven baskets in the Gallery from several Native American tribes and have decided to put them all on sale at 30% off their retail prices during the month of June.  
Pictures, dimensions and prices are on the website.

Baskets include a special Tlingit "rattle top" basket, a beautiful California Mission Basket from 1900,
a few large vintage Apache baskets, including a "burden basket" with fringe,
and one owned previously by Phoebe Millicent Hearst Cooke of the famous Randolph Hearst family.
She used it to store wood by her fireplace.

We also have new summer hours.  In June the Gallery will be open 
Tuesday through Saturday 10am - 5pm.
We will be closed Sunday and Monday. 

Acquisitions of jewelry from Artie Yellowhorse (Navajo) and David Rosales / Supersmith will soon be on the website as well as over 50 new items.  Stay tuned!
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If you want to contact us by phone, please call 239-263-7555 during business hours.

Thank you for your continued support!

Tim and Susan Brick

Susan M. and Kris




Welcome to the Four Winds Gallery website. Our brick and mortar store is located at 340 13th Ave S., Naples, Florida 34102. Tim and Susan Brick opened the gallery in 1982 and continue to operate the business in the
beautiful and Historic Third Street Shops District. 

Four Winds specializes in American Indian art from the Southwest, however, we also carry Plains beadwork, Northwest coast art, baskets from all over the country, Seminole art, and any and all authentic Native art that interests us. Our collection includes contemporary, traditional, and historic items. 

Our jewelry collection is extensive and features many contemporary artists including Artie Yellowhorse,
David Rosales/ Supersmith, the Albert Lee family, Norbert Peshlakai and Ernie Lister. Our vintage jewelry collection is also substantial. We have a nice selection of old and new Navajo weavings, Pueblo pottery including Maria Martinez, baskets both old and new, and many other unique tribal items. 

Please browse our site and e-mail us at or call us during business hours at 239.263.7555 if you have any questions. Should you want something that you do not see please contact us as we have many items in the Gallery that may not be on the siteand we would be happy to send photos.

We accept consignments and purchase individual items and collections.
Four Winds Gallery is a member of ATADA-Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association.


June 2024
Tuesday  - Saturday   10 - 5
Closed Sunday and Monday

You can shop via appointment by contacting us at our email address (below) or telephone 239.263.7555.
Please include your name and cell phone number.
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