Trail of Painted Ponies

About Us


Christmas Ornaments

Arizona Blue Opal

Kachina Dolls

Product Info.

Phone 303-422-6230
Arvada, CO


D bar L was developed in 1993 as a traveling business, with a goal to travel New Mexico, meet Indian Craftspeople and offer authentic Navajo high-quality Kachina dolls and jewelry at shows along the Colorado Front Range. By meeting the actual Artisans and listening to their suggestions and advice, D bar L joined the Indian Arts and Craft Association. D bar L's membership is a commitment to the Artisans to support their craft and culture. Over the years D bar L has offered Kachinas by many different styles and craftspeople, and now feel they offer the top of the line in beautiful Navajo Kachina Dolls.

The items offered here are reasonably priced because D bar L buys direct from the Native American craftspeople. D bar L's business philosophy also ensures the Indian craftspeople receive fair pay for their artwork. Because D bar L are careful about selecting authentic jewelry, pieces on the site will be limited. It is one more effort to make sure that you will enjoy the various pieces as much as we enjoy offering them for sale! This website is a culmination of a decade of traveling, learning and listening to the Native American Craftspeople.

We hope that you enjoy our website and are able to find something that will add to your pleasure and knowledge about the Native American crafts

IACA Member

IACA website

D bar L Enterprises, Southwestern Art belong to IACA, Indian Arts and Craft Association. This organization promotes the indian crafts and supports their culture. IACA is a national non-profit association of Native American craftsperson, collectors, museums, traders and dealers. The IACA seeks to enhance and maintain the image and marketing of handmade American Indian Arts and Crafts. Members are pledged to honest representation of merchandise and proper business activity, guaranteeing credit return privileges for articles misrepresented.