Feathers in 18 K. gold and in Warbonnets!
We had a wonderful Holiday season here at the trading post .Our guests enjoyed mulled cider and the famous biscocittos of northern New Mexico sitting by our adobe fireplace.
Now that the festivities are over, the kids back in school, and winter is upon us,we are turning our attention back to our art: Painting, beading moccasins, and designing new jewelry, so that by springtime there is a new rich, creative offering for our visitors.
The trading post will be open by appointment from January through March, so please just give us a call if you’d like to stop by. Our regular hours will be suspended until Spring comes! We hope you have a warm and fulfilling winter!
We just got in this gorgeous old Saltillo Serape in Christmas Colors!
An exquisitely beaded Medicine bag and sterling silver Lakota dragonfly. It is often said that our loved ones come back as Dragonflys.
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This was my first trip out west to NM. I love all the architecture, pottery, silver work that fill the area. But after a couple days of site seeing and shopping, everything began to feel the same. Cheap commercial replicas … Continue reading
Find the cutting edge of wearable vintage Western ethnographic clothing, hats, boots and memorabilia at the Historic Nambe Trading Post. From 7th Cavalry shell jackets to Plains Indian warshirts, Fred Harvey jewelry and Navajo Chief’s Blankets.
The first amazing stop on the High Road to Taos begins with the Historic Nambe Trading Post. A jackpot of a gathering of authentic Indian and cowboy material culture, everything Made by Hand – by local artists and craftsmen from the surrounding pueblos and communities. Western Movie Costumes by Emmy award winning costume designer Cathy Smith, Navajo weavings, pueblo pottery, micaceous cookware, baskets, Plains Indian Bead and Quillwork, Historic Paintings, Old pawn jewelry and the contemporary jewelry of Jennifer Jesse Smith, antique saddles, clothing, Pendeltons, buckskin, beads, and much, much, more. One of the last historic trading post of the Real West and THE NEW SPIRIT of OLD SANTA FE.