Shiprock Santa Fe gallery is the premiere destination in the world for historic and contemporary Southwestern Native American jewelry and fine art, Navajo rugs and weavings, and Pueblo pottery, sculpture, and basketry. For more than 30 years, fifth-generation art dealer Jed Foutz, who was raised on the Navajo Nation in a prominent family of traders in Native American art, has refined his singular vision into Shiprock Santa Fe’s renowned collection of historic and contemporary offerings.
In a special collaboration, Shiprock Santa Fe has consigned to Miron Crosby a curated collection of one-of-a-kind vintage Native American jewelry, concho belts and other wares.
Mignonne Gavigan New York is the eponymous collection of accessories by designer Mignonne Gavigan. Mignonne first created her signature beaded chiffon scarf necklace when she draped a ripped piece of an embellished vintage gown around her neck. Realizing the impact that the ornate beauty of couture gowns could have on an everyday outfit in the form of accessories inspired Mignonne to develop her unique and bold collection.
Founded in 1886, Comstock Heritage is America’s oldest western silversmith. The Stegman family purchased the business in the 1920’s, and has been expertly forging beautiful metals by hand ever since. Based in Reno, Nevada, Comstock Heritage’s craftsmen, led by James Stegman, specialize in creating one-of-a-kind custom silver and gold pieces, including unique jewelry, belt buckles, and barware.
Chacón belts are handcrafted in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of New Mexico. Designed by owner Bruce Erickson, the belts are constructed of the highest quality leathers and exotic skins.