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AUGUST EVENTS AT THE TRADING POST

High Summer is upon us with the Native American Ethnographic Shows and Indian Market just around the corner. This we are year featuring : Plains Indian Beaded Regalia  Cathy Smith Ledger Art                 … Continue reading

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Summer in Santa Fe begins with the 30th Annual CODY OLD WEST SHOW!

The best of the Western Collectable Shows will be held in Santa Fe this June. Nambe Trading Post is proud to be a part of this historic show, find us in Booth # 101. 9-4 Saturday, 10-4 Sunday, Live Auction … Continue reading

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Spring is here and we have new Ledger Drawings by Cathy Smith!

The largest piece of ledger paper ever: A 60″ wide ledger from The County of SilverBow, State of Montana, for the Year 1894  with The Battle of the Little Big Horn in pictographs!

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TWO GREY HILLS WEAVINGS

We are proud to show Two Grey Hills weavings from the Toadalena Trading Post now at Nambe! Come in and shop our incomparable collection of Master Weavers! The birth of Two Grey Hills weaving, as we know it today, occurred … Continue reading

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AUGUST INDIAN MARKET at the TRADING POST!

Featuring Native artists from the Plains, Prairie and Pueblos! A unique shopping experience in the cool, quiet Nambe River Valley, featuring the best: Old pawn jewelry, pottery of Santa Clara, San Ildifonso, and Acoma Pueblos, vintage Navajo textiles Ledger Art … Continue reading

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BEST OF SANTA FE 2018

You Voted and we won Top 3 – Best of Santa Fe Gift Shop for 2018! Thank you all our wonderful clients, friends, and collectors for voting.  Santa Fe has hundreds of shops and galleries and we came in #2.  … Continue reading

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June/July issue of Native American Arts Magazine is all about Beadwork!

Our own Cathy Smith wrote the featured article in this issue:  “From Porcupines to Murano Glass:  the Evolution of an Indigenous Art form”  

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