New Mexico Shopping

  • Folk art funeral, Jackalope, Santa Fe
    Folk art funeral, Jackalope, Santa Fe
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    Chile ristras
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  • Jackalope, Santa Fe
    Jackalope, Santa Fe
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New Mexico Shopping

  • Southwestern Goods

    Albuquerque Shopping

    Unfortunately the Utility Shack closed (at least temporarily) in late December 2013 after 40 years of buying directly from Native American artisans and selling jewelry, pottery, baskets, rugs, etc. The Stouts must deal with some health issues but have left open the possiblity of reopening. Meanwhile, they will be missed. Don't let the name or the...

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  • Nob Hill

    Albuquerque Shopping

    Peacecraft specializes in products from around the world that are sustainable in nature, and empower the makers ...... the contents of this business are quirky, fun, and beautiful. As stated on their website: Mission Statement To assist the poor and disadvantaged through the promotion of fair trade, focusing primarily on the countries of the...

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  • For Women

    Albuquerque Shopping

    Martha's is known throughout Albuquerque for it's quirky nature, and fun products. It's an adult store - expecially for women. The clerks are knowledgeable and fun. The store is well lit, and does not have that slimey atmosphere you might find in other stores of the same genre. As a matter of fact, the store if full of happiness and giggles. The...

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  • Canyon Road

    Santa Fe is the second-largest art market in the United States, and has more art galleries than any other city of its size. Canyon Road is at the heart of the Santa Fe art scene, boasting more than 100 art galleries and studios, plus unique specialty shops and world-class restaurants.The pleasant, tree-lined street, characterized by historic adobe...

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  • Turquoise Jewelry

    New Mexico is known for its turquoise jewelry, which is something that many tourists look forward to purchasing during their visit to the state. New Mexico contains seven major turquoise mines, each producing stones of different color and quality. (Turquoise is the official state gem of New Mexico). Most turquoise deposits throughout the world are...

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  • Native American Arts & Crafts

    Amtrak has one of its major lines (the Southwest Chief) go right through Albuquerque. Even if this isn't your final destination, the train stops for approximately 45 minutes to clean the train and restock supplies. If you hurry, you can hop off the train and hurry down the platform to do some shopping. Native Americans from the area come here when...

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  • rafting and eggs, together at last

    err, this shop has everything, from a mini (and I mean mini, as in 2 seats) breakfast area, to all sorts of bverages, to white water rafting in the Rio Grande just behind the shop. This was a funky little hole in the wall. eggs and a ticket to raft on the Rio Grande varies

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  • Not Utility and Not a Shack

    Don't let the name or the location fool you. This is one classy store. It is like going to a Native American museum and gallery. Don't miss the back of the store where things are for sale but look more like art exhibits. There is also a vintage jewelry case, where people have sold their old jewelry to the store. I have made some real finds there....

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  • Best Vendor on Sky City Tour

    Norma Jean is an award-winning Acoma potter. She makes pottery and figurines the same way her family has made it for 1000 years or more. Her grandmother taught her how when she was 12 years old. She also does wonderful paintings on wood. Her house is toward the end of the tour loop (north side) but well-worth the wait. Besides being talented, she...

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  • Tastefully Southwestern

    Throughout the vicinity of the State capitol, and all over Santa Fe, shops display their colorful southwestern gifts and souvenirs outside, in hopes of luring tourists in to have a closer look at their merchandise. That's business. Take it or leave it .. it's all good. The draw of the southwestern region is colorful, and earthtone. You can't...

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  • NM wine is as good as French wine

    Our friends from Albuquerque took us to the Ponderosa Valley Winery, South of the Jemez Mountains. A wonderful and idyllic place between the vineyards. A little, nice and messy shop where we tasted a few wines. Very special (at least for us) were the feeding bottles surrounded by humming birds under the porch. Pinot Noir and NM Chardonnay: highly...

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  • Indian Artifact and Jewelry Shopping

    Don't let the name Richardson's Pawn Shop fool you. They are one of the biggest distributors of Indian jewelry in the country. Shop for both new and old Indian jewelry or other items. You can get your rifle and saddle there too. You can spend a few dollars or thousands.

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  • South American Beat

    When I had finished my lunchtime meal in Taos, I descended to the lower level to return to my car. However, there I found a group of musicians from Ecuador entertaining a small crowd with South American tunes. The music sounded really good, and reminded me of a time in Old Montreal when my wife and I were amazed by a Peruvian group. We said later...

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  • Old Santa Fe Trail

    Shop for silver and turquoise jewelry around Santa Fe. Pottery and local art are also interesting...but some of the artist's unique pieces of silver and turquoise cannot be matched elsewhere...so you really need to see all of that.

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