Primitives, Folk Art, Oddities. Shop for one of a kind items in downtown Taos, New Mexico.
Since 1980 Emily Benoist Ruffin Design & Goldsmiths has continued to bring to you fine designer jewelry, top quality colored stones & ideal cut diamonds.
Since 1974, Starr Interiors has provided the finest Zapotec Indian weavings found anywhere. The Line of the Spirit collection incorporates traditional Southwestern designs combined with elements from cultures all over the world.
Antique Navajo and Hispanic Textiles, New Mexican Furniture, Pottery, Antique Guns and Frontier Collectibles. Visit us in downtown Taos in the historic Ledoux Street District.
Everything made in New Mexico. Red and green chile powders, pods, salsas, sauces, jams, jellies, biscochitos, pinon coffee, wood carvings, Native American jewelry, ornaments, fetishes, Day of the Dead, ristras, wreaths, luminarias and books
Authentic Indian/Southwestern old pawn, estate & contemporary jewelry and art. Northern NM pueblo pottery, Zuni fetishes, the Hopi folk art of Gregory Lomayesva, silver & turquoise jewelry, rugs, baskets, paintings, and sculpture and more.
Big city kitchenware choices: Capresso, Le Creuset, Cuisinart, Bodum, Joyce Chen, Zyliss, Good Grips, Lodge, Emile Henry, Thermos/Nissan, Chantal, Olde Thompson, Vic Firth, Now, Microplane, William Bounds, and Republic of Tea.
New, unusual and unique original artwork, gifts, and fair trade items jewelry, yarn and more.
Fun, colorful Artwear that is stylish & sophisticated and boldly designed accessories that express your creativity. Find a piece of Artwear that nobody else has!
“The kitchen shop” on Bent Street for over 25 years, Taos Cookery offers locally handmade pottery, Taos Twist flatware, Southwestern style table linens, and the latest gadgets for the modern kitchen.
For over 40 years, TMO has been the place where adventures begin. We have the gear, clothing and footwear to prepare you for just about anything Taos has to offer – hiking, camping, climbing, rafting, trail running, yoga and more.
The legendary Brodsky Bookshop is the oldest bookshop in magical Taos. It was founded as an eclectic store specializing in new and used books in 1977 by the late Lee Brodsky.