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Chimayo Trading and Mercantile

Highway 76, Chimayo, NM
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Feels like history

Loved seeing the looms and reading some of the history of the weaving. Purchased fun gifts without... read more

Reviewed January 14, 2018
Teresa R
,
Clovis, New Mexico, United States
This store closing; huge sale on

Owner is retiring. Huge closing sale. His son still has Chimayo Trading in old Taos Plaza south of... read more

Reviewed December 26, 2017
ZSeaberg
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N Richland Hills
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Highway 76, Chimayo, NM
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Reviewed 14 January 2018

Loved seeing the looms and reading some of the history of the weaving. Purchased fun gifts without paying a fortune

Thank Teresa R
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Reviewed 26 December 2017 via mobile

Owner is retiring. Huge closing sale. His son still has Chimayo Trading in old Taos Plaza south of town near the famous church.

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Reviewed 13 October 2017 via mobile

Stopped here to do a little shopping when visiting the area. Nice variety and reasonable prices. Most items are made in New Mexico, but not all. I was going to buy a Mexican style shawl but was told they came from California. If that is...More

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Reviewed 8 August 2017

We made this stop on a whim and I left with a gorgeous piece of Navajo pottery. There is a wonderful selection of jewelry, baskets, carvings, painting, woven work and pottery available. It's well-organized, easy to browse and the prices are very reasonable. Be sure...More

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Reviewed 20 July 2017 via mobile

A beautiful store. This store has beautiful pottery including but not limited to Santa Clara pottery. There is a variety of art on display. The proprietor is friendly and well versed in the art there. A side is the hummingbirds that are at the feeder....More

Thank Eliza56003
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Reviewed 30 April 2017

Had a artist fiber friend who told me when I was new to the area to go see Pita and John as her parents had purchased from this store for over 40 years. I think the variety and quality is great. Have been back twice...More

Thank clwmurphy2014
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Reviewed 31 January 2017

In what is obviously a newer building with historic bones and ambiance, there are great examples of virtually all of the pueblo people's crafts, many very very high quality, with fair, appropriate pricing. Not lots of inexpensive souvenirs but nice cards as well as pots,...More

Thank megfstone
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Reviewed 5 October 2016 via mobile

Solid selection of locally hand carved items, pottery, candles, creams plus standard NM souvenirs, drinks and light snacks too.

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Reviewed 22 August 2016

We always plan a stop at Chimayo Trading and Mercantile and Chimayo Trading Del Norte with our out-of-town visitors. John Abrams in Chimayo and his son, Gabriel, in Rancho de Taos are always ready to explain the various native art works and provide insight into...More

Thank teds759
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Reviewed 10 July 2016

We loved this place! The selection of rugs is unique in Chimayo; we were far closer getting into trouble there than at some other places. The pottery selection is fantastic, and we are already saving up for a trip next year -- and this place...More

Thank Shawna_Ross
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Diana S
17 September 2015|
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Response from Chuck E | Reviewed this property |
The restaurant is called Rancho de Chimayo and is on State Road 520. 505-351-4444. The Chimayo complex is near the intersection of State Road 76 and state road 520. it's very rural out here and that's the best info i can... More
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Diana S
17 September 2015|
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Response from Susan G | Reviewed this property |
It is Highway 76. I simply entered Chimayo in the GPS and 76 for the street. It is. Small town and people will direct you. No fees since it is an actual store but museum quality goods.
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