Friday, November 26, 2010

It's time for Ornament Market!

The annual Ornament Market starts today at the shops at Heard Main and Heard North! We have hundreds of handmade ornaments from storytellers to Kachina dolls to folk art flying pigs.  Also check out the online shop Winter Holiday category for a selection of ornaments from the sale.  Ornaments will be available from now through the New Year but our best selection is now. These are all handmade ornaments and ordered from Native artists all over the southwest months in advance so when they're gone, they're really gone! Here are some of the great ornaments we are carrying:

 Clay ornament by Phyllis Etcitty (Navajo)
Cradle Board Baby ornament by Vanessa Davis (Navajo)
Palhik Mana Kachina Doll ornament by Sandra Suhu (Hopi)
Click here to view our Winter Holiday Items.

Friday, November 19, 2010

NU is Tonight!

The Shop will be open until 8pm. Come down for some early Christmas shopping!

Monday, November 15, 2010

It's that time of year again

It's time to start thinking about the holidays and we've set up a new category for holiday themed items including holiday cards.
You can visit our Winter Holiday Items page here!

Snowman Storyteller by Vera Fragua (Jemez)

Nativity Storyteller Set by Lupe Lucero (Jemez)

Beaded Equestrian Santa by A. Saracino (Zuni)

Thursday, November 4, 2010

We Have Just Launched Another New Category

We just launched an Estate Collections category on our website.
We are proud to represent patrons who wish to sell select pieces of their collections. These pieces are selected for this program because of their appeal to the market and ability to complete the selection of items being offered by the Heard Museum Shop. We guarantee the authenticity of these items and are proud to offer them to our online customers.

Because these items are not owned by the Heard Museum Shop,
we cannot offer any discounts.

Click here to visit this page. Below are some of the items featured. We will continue to add quite a bit to this new category so keep checking back!

14K and inlay pendant/ slide by Jimmy Poyer (Navajo)

Kachina Maiden doll by Lowell Talashoma (Hopi)

Fine Line Geometric Pot by Tonita Nampeyo (Hopi)