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A contemporary art gallery, bookstore & curio shop in Taos, featuring the artwork of Robert Cafazzo, Holly Sievers & a few friends.
In our small, friendly gallery you'll find original oil paintings, glasswork, sculpture, photography, wearable fiber art, handmade pottery as well as a collection of fine Native American jewelry.
Taos Door & Hardware Company
Taos Door And Hardware Company was formed in 1989 by Peter Barlow. Peter is an artist in every sense of the word. He excels at taking concepts and sketches and turning them into reality. Open by appointment only.
A family owned business bringing the finest imports from Mexico & South America.
Everything Home Furnishings - Sleep Sanctuary
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.
Tierra Wood Stoves
Located in the historic Southwest art colony of Taos, New Mexico, Tierra Wood Stoves sustains an uncompromising 30-year journey to sell the best clean-burning stoves available.
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.
Located in one of the oldest Taos settlements next to the famous St. Francis church, we are a family owned and operated gallery specializing in Native American art, Pueblo pottery, Navajo weavings and fine historical and contemporary art.
Primitives, Folk Art, Oddities. Shop for one of a kind items in downtown Taos, New Mexico.
Everything Wabi Sabi, including Japanese dishware, iron and porcelain teapots, a huge selection of loose teas, green, black, decaff, herbal and rooibos, Japanese shibori, noren, sushi sets, cards, everything “lucky kitty” and so much more!
Taos Country Furnishings
Taos' favorite décor and gifts store. Taos Country Furnishings sells accessories, decorative items and gifts. We now have over 2000 square feet of display space in seven separate rooms, each offering its own distinctive character and charm.
We are retail distributors of Mexican tile specializing in handmade, handpainted Talavera , Saltillo with matching trim, ceramic sinks and accessories, domestic floor and wall tile.
Arroyo Seco Mercantile is a melting pot of Northern New Mexico flavor. First stablished to serve the needs of the village of Arroyo Seco, a small Hispanic village on Highway 150, it now draws people from all over.
Incredibly beautiful textiles from around the world: Tribal, hand-woven, antique and new. Unique handmade buttons, yardage, gifts, trims... Feel the color! Love!
Weird antiques (best kind). Like a decades old stuffed animal lizard or a doll made out of gourdes.
For over 35 years Jackies has been known for providing the best in Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and Pueblo made art, crafts, pottery, Nav, and vintage collectible Southwestern Jewelry.
Alhambra de Taos
Alhambra offers one-of-a-kind antiquities and new items. We have traveled far and wide, from Mongolia to Indonesia, from the Middle East to China and Tibet to find high-quality antiques and eclectic items for your home. We ship anywhere.
A remarkable collection of all sorts of antiques: Old medical instruments, art posters, silver, cards, paintings, jewelry, just about anything you can think of.
For over 20 years, Kimosabe has showcased treasures of the American West. Pueblo pottery, vintage Navajo rugs, Native American blankets, old pawn jewelry, American Indian baskets and beadwork, vintage posters, and New Mexican folk art.
El Rincon Trading Post
El Rincón Trading Post and Museum was established in 1909 as “The Mission Shop” by early artist, photographer, craftsman and trader, Ralph Meyers, one of the first traders in the area. It is the oldest Indian curio shop in Taos.
Taos Fine Consignment & More
Used furniture, antiques, pottery, art and jewely
We carry a wide assortment of quilting fabrics and feature designs specific to the area, including collections by local artists and others with a distinct southwestern theme. We also have books, patterns, notions, kits and fat quarters.
“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.
Solar chargers for phones, ipods, cameras, & all the tech toys of modern life. Imagine sleek, portable power sources for people on the go! Recycled Spanish glass practical house wares for 'greening' everyday life in novel ways.
Murals & Faux Paint by David Vedoe
Murals & Faux Paint by David Vedoe. Transform you House, Business or Office with Murals, Faux Paint and other Design options. Call for a free consultation. Works on Historic Lodges, Boutique Hotels and B&B's, Galleries, Offices and Private Residences, Etc.
A family-owned company. Nambé began during modernism’s mid-century design movement. Today, our pieces transcend trends and generations. Each piece is crafted with undeniable beauty, artistic integrity, and uncompromised quality.
Red Arrow Emporium
The finest American made furniture in the world and one of a kind fabulous pieces from around the world!
Casa Cristal Pottery
A huge inventory of Southwestern and Mexican products. We supply Southwest style decor. Handpainted pottery from Mexico and also local artists from the Navajo reservation in New Mexico.
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
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.
A small, vibrant store located in the middle of the John Dunn Shops, specializing in folk art from Latin America and New Mexico. The eclectic inventory includes selections from Mexico, Peru and Guatemala as well as Colorado and Northern NM.
Taos Blue, on the corner of Bent Street for over 25 years, is home for numerous contemporary and native artists showing their paintings, pottery, jewelry, fetishes, masks and more. A favorite “return to” spot for visitors and locals alike.