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Trying on cowboy hats at a booth at the New Mexico State Fair.
Authentic Pueblo pottery has been made the same way for generations.
Turn your house into a hacienda with rustic Southwestern furnishings.
Native artists sell their work under a portal in Old Town.
Shopping for authentic Native American artwork.
Nob Hill's boutiques offer unique fashions.
Southwestern pottery and jewelry are reasonably priced in Albuquerque.
Everyone needs a sombrero!
Handcarved and handpainted angels in a traditional style.
Jewelry is made right before your eyes in Historic Old Town. Many of the artists will custom-make pieces just for you.
Shopping for contemporary art at a gallery in Nob hill.
Look for Southwestern style clothing and accessories in Old Town's boutiques.
Hand-woven shawls are wearable art.
Locally made turquoise jewelry can be traditional or contemporary.
Local silversmiths' work on display in Nob Hill.
Nowhere else can you find this variety of Southwestern crafts.
Coronado Center, New Mexico's largest mall, is located in the Uptown area.
From handicrafts to handbags, Albuquerque has it all.
Hand-carved fetishes make excellent gifts.
Albuquerque's quirky boutiques offer handicrafts from around the world.
Albuquerque is known for exquisite handcrafted silver jewelry.