Southwest Native American Arts and Jewelry in Taos since 1982
Taos Micaceous Clay Pot by Angie Yazzie
Taos Pueblo micaceous clay pottery water vase with fluted rim ,by award winning artist Angie Yazzie.
See more of Angie Yazzie's work, as well as other pottery on our in our gallery on the Pottery page.
Turned Wood with Inlaid Turquoise
Aspen burl turned wood with inlaid turquoise by Jimmy Cook.
See more of Jimmy's work in our gallery on the Jimmy Cook page.
Sterling Silver Multi-Stone Inlay Pendant by Cassandra & Michael Dukepoo
Stone-on-stone inlay pendant Hopi artist Michael Dukepoo and Taos Pueblo artist Cassandra Dukepoo.
See more contemporary jewelry in our gallery on the Jewelry page
Navajo Squash Blossom Necklace
Large sterling silver & turquoise Navajo squash blossom necklace from our old pawn and estate collection.
See more old pawn jewelry in our gallery on our Native American & Southwestern Jewelry page.
Zuni Petit Point Pendant/Pin
Sterling silver and turquoise Zuni petit point pin/pendant by Vincent Johnson.
See more Zuni, Hopi, Navajo, and Pueblo jewelry in our gallery on the Native American & Southwestern Jewelry page.
Judy Toya Storyteller Nativity Set
Clay storyteller 12 piece nativity set by Judy Toya of Jemez Pueblo.
See more storytellers & pottery figures on our Pottery page.
Carved Wood Santo by Chris White
Hand-carved cedar wood Santo titled "Moving Forward," by Chris White of Taos, New Mexico.
See more carvings in our gallery on our Sculpture page.
Zuni Fetish by Claudia Peina, Kingman Turquoise Maiden
Zuni fetish carved by well-known Zuni Pueblo artist Claudia Peina, large, high grade Kingman turquoise maiden with red coral, turquoise and onyx inlay. Approx: 4.875" x 1.5 x .75"
$1815See more Zuni Fetishes on our Zuni Fetish page in our gallery.
Olny Good Spirits by Bob Rohm
Original oil painting by Texas artist Bob Rohm.
See more of Rohm's work in our gallery under Paintings.
Watercolor by Renee Steger Simpson
"Ranchos Church", original watercolor painting of Saint Francis de Assisi Church in Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico, by Lubbock, Texas, artist Renee Steger Simpson.
Click here to see more of Rennee's work in our gallery: Paintings