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Lovely experience at Mesa’s Edge at the Plaza area in Taos, New Mexico. Beautiful silver, turquoise and gold jewelry by local and NM artists across Navajo, Hopi, Zuni and other nations. Laverne was..... more
Lovely experience at Mesa’s Edge at the Plaza area in Taos, New Mexico. Beautiful silver, turquoise and gold jewelry by local and NM artists across Navajo, Hopi, Zuni and other nations. Laverne was..... more »
We have stopped at this shop the last two visits to Taos. Alain the owner is very helpful, friendly and knowledgeable. They have a wonderful selection of native American made and local artist made..... more
We have stopped at this shop the last two visits to Taos. Alain the owner is very helpful, friendly and knowledgeable. They have a wonderful selection of native American made and local artist made..... more »
Wonderful young lady that helped us gave excellent customer service, gave us space to shop around while still being informative. She was customer oriented, had vast product knowledge, and even shared some childhood memories as a local. She made us feel comfortable when asking to try on the jewelry, and knew each and every stone. The shop offers wide range of gorgeous imported, new, native, and local studio jewelry including a piece by “Cruz” out of Santa Fe I fell in love with. The ring that first caught my eye happened to fit like a glove, a polished moonstone in sterling silver, which I later found out to be the “best recommended stone” in crystal healing for my sun sign. There was no way we were leaving without it. For those who are willing, Mesa’s Edge can provide the perfect atmosphere to enrich themselves in southwestern jewelry, and in such an enchanted region, maybe even have a glass slipper moment.
I bought 2 pieces of jewelry from here and it was the owner who helped me. He was a pleasure to deal with and very open and honest about where all of his stuff came from. I came to this region for vacation and I was interested in buying locally made jewelry. I looked at some stores in Santa Fe and I almost bought a bracelet from one of them and I’m so glad I didn’t. I saw a silver bracelet in Mesa’s Edge that I wanted to get for my wife and it was about $100 compared to the $850 price tag on the one in Santa Fe! A lot of store in Santa Fe and Toas are way overpriced so be careful who you buy from. I almost paid 5 times more for the bracelet I got than I should have. The owner here informed me that no all places sell genuine stuff made by local native Americans. I would go to this place first if you are looking for jewelry and let them advise you on the value of things. I’m super, super happy I found this place. Thanks Mesas Edge!!!
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