4 Indigenous and Native-Owned Businesses at Pike Place Market

In honor of Native American Heritage Month in November, we’re bringing you the best of Native-owned businesses and those who carry Native-created works around Pike Place Market. We encourage you to shop mindfully when purchasing Native art to ensure its authenticity and direct support for the creators.

Read on to see where you can find unique art, jewelry, and other handmade crafts by Indigenous makers at Pike Place Market and beyond!

Eighth Generation

Started as a custom shoe-wear business, Eighth Generation founder Louie Gong (Nooksack) now showcases work from more than a dozen Indigenous artists. Located in the heart of the Economy Market’s atrium, you can find everything from prints, and elegantly crafted earrings to vibrantly printed textiles such as socks, scarves, and blankets.

This arts and lifestyle brand, owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe, partners with community-based Native artists to reclaim control of the market for products featuring Native art and the narratives they hold. Eighth Generation maintains a strong intention to grow the business capacity of their artist partners through the Inspired Natives™ Project.

LEARN MORE about Eighth Generation


Art by Harmony

Harmony Hoss (Tlingit) is a self-taught artist of more than 25 years who sells original paintings, ink prints, beadwork, and jewelry at her booth in our Crafts Market. You can find intricate animal motifs and colorful landscapes dominating the beautiful imagery of her work. Find Harmony at Pike Place Market Tuesdays through Thursdays, or shop online!

LEARN MORE About Art by Harmony



For more than a decade, Rayana White (Tsimshian/Haida) has created original fleece boot liners that are sure to power you through the wet and cold winters of the Pacific Northwest. She makes her products from upcycled materials, using recycled sweaters for the tops of the SLUGS fleece rain boot liners and preloved t-shirts for her Two Summer Tunic Dresses. Find her extensive selection of prints and patterns in our Crafts Market.

LEARN MORE about WithTheRain


Kaigani Craft

Owner Jacinthe Demmert (Haida) is a textile artist who weaves natural fibers found in the Pacific Northwest into bags, pots, and hats. Jacinthe learned the art of Haida basketry from her mother and the art of Haida form-line and woodcarving from her father. Combining both art forms into her baskets with paint and false embroidery. Jacinthe is not currently selling at Pike Place Market. Look for her in 2023.

LEARN MORE about Kaigani Craft


3 Businesses Selling Native Art

Visit the following businesses both in the Market and amongst our neighbors to find works representing Native tribes both local and nationwide:

Raven’s Nest and Treasures
Amongst an array of culturally authentic products, Raven’s Nest carries handmade sculptural art and jewelry made primarily by local Native Coast Salish craftspeople. Find delicately crafted silver rings, carved wooden staffs, and more in their Market shop.

Northwest Tribal Art
Adjacent to Pike Place Market is a local gallery showcasing fine quality Northwest Native and Inuit artwork for collectors since 1981.

Steinbrueck Native Gallery
Committed to sharing artwork made exclusively by Native people, this gallery houses fine art pieces of both traditional and contemporary artists. Find stone sculptures, wood carvings, sterling silver, jewelry, and more down the street from the Market on Western Avenue and Lenora Street.