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Kilgore American Indian Art

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AaronFWA wrote a review Jun 2019
766 contributions295 helpful votes
Rivals the best of Santa Fe or Taos. Worth a special visit if you love Western Art. We enjoyed Very much!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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cbadfish wrote a review Dec 2018
59 contributions13 helpful votes
Very pleasant and knowledgeable owner. Beautiful things. Nice range in prices but expect to pay for the antiques there.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Ray M wrote a review Dec 2018
Mancos, Colorado17 contributions5 helpful votes
Went there to look at items for wife. When speaking to the owner she was rude and very sarcastic. I would not recommend this store since she is charging new prices for old items. She also does not have the knowledge of all the items. I asked her about some pottery which was not very good but got mad when I told her that some of the pottery was not from a relative which she was claiming that it was.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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LadySapphire wrote a review Sep 2018
Mancos, Colorado7 contributions2 helpful votes
Most of the items are from what used to be a local Trading Post! Wonderful Native American jewelry, Kachinas, woven rugs and pottery! All are authentic.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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UnrepentantFoodie wrote a review May 2018
Bellingham, Washington1,064 contributions669 helpful votes
That's the answer to the question what couldn't I live without. And I wasn't even shopping for jewelry--I want small Zuni fetishes. However, once I saw the jewelry, I was able to make the case to my husband that since finding out from 23andMe recently that I'm all of .8% American Native, I should honor the work of my people--and he bought it! So happy we stopped in. Chandler, owner Kelly's son, was extremely helpful, showing us literally everything. Kelly, he told us, grew up on a Trading Post that her parents ran on a reservation and speaks fluent Navajo. Two of the bracelets we bought were by one Ray Scott, who Chandler said was "a well known Navajo artist." And we thought, okay, probably in certain circles but we didn't think it was a very big deal. Certainly to us all that mattered was the exquisite design and craftsmanship. So fast forward two days and we're in Santa Fe and went shopping for about two hours after lunch and before leaving for our flight out of ABQ. I kid you not--we were stopped by posh jewelry/gallery owners and Navajo trinket sellers alike, at least six of them, all wanting to know, "ARE THOSE RAY SCOTT?" "Well-known", it turns out was an understatement! Anyway, beautiful things here, and a highly reputable seller. Drop in!
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Date of experience: May 2018
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