Pearls and Million Dollar Drop make a great combo! 😍
Representing local Native American and Hispanic artists and culture at the beautiful Hotel Chaco
Pearls and Million Dollar Drop make a great combo! 😍
New Million Dollar Drop rings, bracelets and earrings! Stop by and come take a look at this beautiful collection!
Outstanding detail in this beautiful storyteller by Acoma artist Marilyn Ray Lewis. Storytellers are Marilyns speciality and has made some of the largest, most complex and most innovative storytellers ever made.
Absolutely stunning!! New beauties by the talented Amber Beata!
Sandcast is a unique and recognizable style of jewelry. It is a difficult labor-intensive process that involves many steps. The mold is destroyed in the process of pouring the molten silver making each piece a one-of-kind original. Sandcasting is perhaps one of the most difficult silversmithing techniques to master.
Green amethyst anyone?! 💚💚
We all love some sparkle! Such beautiful colors in these Druzy earrings made by the lovely Amber Beata!
Another beauty done by Hopi artist Stetson Setalla!
Navajo artist Bennie Ration learned the art of silversmithing from his father, at the age eleven. His many wearable art designs included Kachina figures, southwestern animals, feathers and Navajo inspired geometric patterns.
Two days away! Patricia Michaels fashion show at Eldorado Hotel, 1 pm!
Loving this million dollar drop mother of pearl cuff and ring! A completely eye catching collection 😍
One week away from Patricia Michaels fashion show! 1 pm at The Chapel at Eldorado Hotel in Santa Fe. Tickets: $25
Dakkya Gift Boutiques, in partnership with designer Patricia Michaels invite you to join us for a pre-Indian Market Fashion Show. Monday, August 12th at 1pm at the Chapel at Eldorado Hotel, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
😍 NEW Amber Beata!!
Haute Couture designer Patricia Michaels making her way into Dakkya!
New into Dakkya. Triple strand brushed silver and turquoise necklace with a gorgeous Royston turquoise pendant to complete the look!
How adorable is this little fox and mouse by Jemez artist Marcus Wall!
Were loving this new piece by Jemez artist Scott Small! Scott is the oldest son of Jemez Pueblo potter Mary Small. The similarity of their pottery is a dead giveaway of the relationship. Scott, however, prefers sculptural pottery and his mom prefers more traditional vessel shapes.
Vincent J. Platero, Sr. is a Navajo artist from the Edgewater and Black Streak clans. Learning silversmithing from his mother, Helen Chavez, Platero has been actively making jewelry since the 1970s. Vincent Platero is known for his beautiful and intricate stampwork, utilizing his extremely large collection of handmade silver stamps. Because of the extremely intricate detailing, no two pieces will ever be exactly alike.
Joy Navasie (1919-2012)
Joy Navasie (second Frog Woman) was among the most famous Hopi- Tewa potters. She learned the skill from her famous mother, Paqua Naha, the first Frog Woman, who developed the white ware pottery style in the mid- 1950’s. Joy Navasie picked up the tradition and continued it until her retirement in 1995.
Two Grey Hills Navajo Indian Rugs are known as weavings in which no colored dyes were used. Instead, weavers carefully combed and spun different natural colors of yarn to yield a beautiful range of creamy whites, tans, browns, and greys. The weavers around Two Grey Hills developed very complex geometric patterns, usually based on a large, hooked, central diamond with multiple geometric borders. They also were known for very finely spun wool of small diameter which they used to make very thin, dense, and tightly woven rugs that are certainly the greatest technical achievements in the history of Navajo rug making.
New into Dakkya! This double sided inlay necklace by Santo Domingo artist Torevia Crespin is truly a work of art!
Thomas Tenorio was given the Indian name of “U-Nah-Thee-Wah” when he was born into the Santo Domingo Pueblo in 1963. Thomas taught himself to make traditional pottery by reading textbooks, conducting one on one interviews with other pottery makers, research and trial and error. He now teaches classes on pottery making so anyone wanting to learn the art of working with clay can do so and carry on the tradition.
Sneak peek! We are thrilled to be working directly with the talented Patricia Michaels, who is creating special lines for Dakkya gift boutiques here at Hotel Chaco, The Eldorado Hotel, The Inn and Spa at Loretto, and El Monte Sagrado. Items will be in stock at all stores in May!
We love Jemez potter Kathleen Wall! So excited to have these brand new Koshares in our inventory!
An experience centuries in the making. #heritagemoments
Jemez potter Juanita Fragua has been making traditional pottery for over 25 years, beginning at the time when sun-dried poster-painted pottery was the norm at Jemez Pueblo. Juanita is best known for her melon bowls and wedding vases.
Santa Clara artist Julie Gutierrez began experimenting with pottery at the age of 12, after being inspired by her mother, Victoria Gutierrez. Julie specializes in the contemporary and traditional handmade Santa Clara pottery that is etched and crafted with authentic turquoise stones. Her trademark is the turquoise stones added to the center of each rosette.
Incredible work by Acoma Pueblo potter Rebecca Lucario. Rebecca comes from a long tradition of excellent Acoma potters And has passed her knowledge of the traditional art on to her kids. Rebecca Lucario is one of the finest potters ever to come from Acoma.
New Navajo made collection in Dakkya! This unique style is called The Million Dollar Drop Collection. Just gorgeous!
Larimar is one of the cardinal Water element stones, yet is born in Fire in its volcanic origins. One of the few crystals to balance the polarities of these energies, Larimar cools tempers and calms fears, relieves stress and nurtures the physical and emotional bodies.
Not only is this incredible Navajo squash blossom set mesmerizing, it is set with Tyrone Turquoise, which was mined out of Silver City, NM. Talk about a local treasure!
You can never have too much amber!
Who doesn’t love spiny oyster shell! This beautiful orange spiny sure makes this squash blossom stand out!
Wishing you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving!
Jemez Potter Carol Vigil has been making pottery since the early 1980’s. Her pottery has earned one Best in Division ribbon and two Best in Category ribbons in Santa Fe. Carol’s favorite shape to work with seems to be the polished red with an organic opening.
Love when a new order of jewelry comes in! Check out this beautiful flower pendant made of amber by the lovely Amber Beata!
Incredible work done on this Zuni table fetish, carved out of one piece of elk antler!
Can’t get enough of this beautifully shaped and gunmetal polished teardrop pot by Mata Ortiz potter Suzy D Martinez.
In awe with this gorgeous dry creek Navajo made bracelet.
How fun is this little Mata Ortiz skull pot! Just in time for Halloween!
How cute are these little frogs made for Dakkya by Navajo artist Bennie Ration. Bennie Ration learned the art of silversmithing at the young age of eleven.
Some beautiful coral heishi work done by Santo Domingo artist Josephine Coriz. What a great set!
Suzy Martinez is a Potter from Mata Ortiz. She is known for her elegantly shaped black pots, created with her signature gunmetal polish and a bit of graphite.
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