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Travelers Market may be one of the best-kept secrets in town. Hidden away at the back the DeVargas Center, it offers over 10,000 square feet of unique finds from forty-three ethnographic and antiques... Read More
Travelers Market may be one of the best-kept secrets in town. Hidden away at the back the DeVargas Center, it offers over 10,000 square feet of unique finds from forty-three ethnographic and antiques dealers. These intrepid traders comb markets, souks and bazaars around the world for their merchandise. Discover rugs and textiles, tribal and Native American jewelry, masks, pottery and vessels, ethnic clothing, books and thousands of other beautiful and unusual treasures to adorn your body and your home. Ever heard of Nagaland? Harry and Tiala Newfeld (her father was a tribal king of this small Northern India state sitting between Burma and Assam) offer items from their vintage collection of Naga items in their space. Other places dealers tribal source their stock from include Australia, Afghanistan, southeast Asia, Africa, the Middle East, the Americans and Pacific islands. And the best news yet: you don't need a passport.
153 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501
- Best Shopping: "Shop slowly and carefully. Each of the forty-three dealers has their own booth and some of them are crammed pack with unusual, often one-of-a-kind items. If you fall in love with something, keep shopping, you may change your mind. There are so many wonderful things here. Prepare to be amazed."
- Recommended as Best Shopping Because: Travelers Market offers an amazing array of tribal and ethnographic art from around the globe. It's well-worth discovering if you crave the unusual.