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Southwest Gifts

Shopping in Santa Fe takes you on an odyssey, into charming historic buildings filled with treasures handmade and hard to find anywhere else.

Whether you're looking for fashion or furniture, cowboy boots or concho belts, salsa or silver and turquoise jewelry, you'll find that and so much more in this shopper's paradise of Southwest specialties as well as wonders from around the world.

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NewMexicoCreates.org
Stunning Art Work by New Mexico Artists. Shop for handcrafted jewelry, art work sculptures, ceramics, handmade pottery, art glass, metal arts, weaving arts, Native American art work and more. New Mexico Creates is an innovative program of the Museum of New Mexico Foundation that seeks to enhance the livelihoods of New Mexico's artists and artisans while building financial support for the Museum of New Mexico.
1437 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-3016
Stunning Art Work by New Mexico Artists. Shop for handcrafted jewelry, art work sculptures, ceramics, handmade pottery, art glass, metal arts, weaving arts, Native American art work and more. New Mexico Creates is an innovative program of the Museum of New Mexico Foundation that seeks to enhance the livelihoods of New Mexico's artists and artisans while building financial support for the Museum of New Mexico.
Todos Santos

Todos Santos

Todos Santos (All Saints in Spanish) is a chocolate shop opened by Hayward Simoneaux in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1999. He began shaping his confections in the shape of Milagros, "small charmlike silver and gold offerings made to saints" in traditional Hispanic cultures, using custom molds and coatings of silver and gold leaf. Simoneaux's skills with the materials were refined as a fine art framer. Todos Santos chocolates are Valrhona-based, though fine packaged chocolates such as Knipschildt and Michel Cluizel originating elsewhere are also sold. The store also offers its own truffles "in flavors like black pepper, burn caramel, and red chile-tangerine", enclosed in "ornate" and "colorful" packaging.

Todos Santos

125 E. Palace Ave.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505/982-3855
Todos Santos (All Saints in Spanish) is a chocolate shop opened by Hayward Simoneaux in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1999. He began shaping his confections in the shape of Milagros, "small charmlike silver and gold offerings made to saints" in traditional Hispanic cultures, using custom molds and coatings of silver and gold leaf. Simoneaux's skills with the materials were refined as a fine art framer. Todos Santos chocolates are Valrhona-based, though fine packaged chocolates such as Knipschildt and Michel Cluizel originating elsewhere are also sold. The store also offers its own truffles "in flavors like black pepper, burn caramel, and red chile-tangerine", enclosed in "ornate" and "colorful" packaging.
Posters of Santa Fe
Largest selection of Southwest posters and fine art prints. O'Keeffe's Baumann's and Tony Abeyta among many other artists. Picture Framing.
7502 Mallard Way, Ste. C
Santa Fe, NM 87507
505 424-4112
Largest selection of Southwest posters and fine art prints. O'Keeffe's Baumann's and Tony Abeyta among many other artists. Picture Framing.
Teresa Neptune Studio \ Gallery
Fine Art Photography Gallery and working Studio of award-winning photographer Teresa Neptune, featuring her extensive inventory of contemplative, black-and-white photography of the Southwest, Europe, Central America and wherever the road leads her. Her subjects cover Western landscapes, urban and rural architecture, street scenes, deserts, forests and movie sets. Neptune's color series "Flooded Desert" was called 'the best show' by the New York Times in 2007.
728 Canyon Road Open Often or By Appointment Only In the Historic Von Horvath House - behind Geronimo Restaurant
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505 982 0016
Fine Art Photography Gallery and working Studio of award-winning photographer Teresa Neptune, featuring her extensive inventory of contemplative, black-and-white photography of the Southwest, Europe, Central America and wherever the road leads her. Her subjects cover Western landscapes, urban and rural architecture, street scenes, deserts, forests and movie sets. Neptune's color series "Flooded Desert" was called 'the best show' by the New York Times in 2007.
Randall D. Moore
Maker of heirloom quality sterling silver belt buckles and accessories since 1977. Silver and gold buckles, buckle sets, matching cufflinks and bolo ties.
868 East Palace Ave.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 983-8999
Maker of heirloom quality sterling silver belt buckles and accessories since 1977. Silver and gold buckles, buckle sets, matching cufflinks and bolo ties.
T's Candy, LLC

T's Candy, LLC

Chocolate Candies for pleasure, wedding favors, gift baskets, corporate events, banquet favors. Premium Semi-sweet dark chocolate is used to make chocolate/peanut butter candy, chocolates as truffles or in specialty shapes, as well as flavored chocolates - e.g. red chile or raspberry. Packaging or presentation can be customized to suit the event. Pricing is very competitive. Reference: Jeff Siembieda or Linda Perkins of ESPN/New Mexico Bowl (505-925-5999) Currently sell at the Santa Fe Community Fair (Farmer's Market location) on Sundays.

T's Candy, LLC

7421 Saratoga Ln.
Santa Fe, NM 87507
505-470-9865
Chocolate Candies for pleasure, wedding favors, gift baskets, corporate events, banquet favors. Premium Semi-sweet dark chocolate is used to make chocolate/peanut butter candy, chocolates as truffles or in specialty shapes, as well as flavored chocolates - e.g. red chile or raspberry. Packaging or presentation can be customized to suit the event. Pricing is very competitive. Reference: Jeff Siembieda or Linda Perkins of ESPN/New Mexico Bowl (505-925-5999) Currently sell at the Santa Fe Community Fair (Farmer's Market location) on Sundays.
The Original Trading Post
Local tradition says 1603, seventeen years before the Mayflower landed, was the year The Original Trading Post began out of a tent on this site. In business for 400 years, the post with the Spanish ox cart on the roof has always been a landmark on San Francisco Street leading to the Santa Fe Plaza.
201 W. San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 984-0759
Local tradition says 1603, seventeen years before the Mayflower landed, was the year The Original Trading Post began out of a tent on this site. In business for 400 years, the post with the Spanish ox cart on the roof has always been a landmark on San Francisco Street leading to the Santa Fe Plaza.


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