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enchanted treasures

Packards on the Plaza Sterling silver sea urchin cross with Ethiopian opal & Brazilian aquamarine beads Shapes and textures of the earth evolve into exquisite jewelry under the hand of Miles Standish. The pattern of a leaf, the surface of a shell, the curve of a pebble are translated into cuff bracelets, pendants, and fabulous earrings. Select a piece of nature at Packard’s on the Plaza. 61 Old Santa Fe Trail, 800-648-7358 or 505-983-9241,

La Mesa of Santa Fe Gregory Lomayesva, Stilettos A humorous, high style addition to the wonderful collection of carved wood figures and masks by this very creative and talented Hopi artist. A perfect, pain free gift for any shoe lover. 225 Canyon, 505-984-1688,

Desert Son of Santa Fe Henry Beguelin Fall Collection at Desert Son of Santa Fe is all about new textures, soft tones, interesting neutrals, and great prints. The new boots, belts, and handbags are superb! Shearling vests and jackets have arrived! 725 Canyon, 505-982-9499,

Tom Taylor Belts, Buckles and Accessories Sterling silver with walrus ivory, red coral, and turquoise buckle by 2011 Indian Market first place winner, Chis Pruitt. Find this beautiful, handmade, one-of-a-kind buckle along with many more wonderful designs at Tom Taylor. La Fonda on the Plaza, 108 E San Francisco, 505-984-2232

Packards on the Plaza

Interchangeable jewelry. These black, high-tech ceramic rings from Germany can be interchanged by the customer to fit both mood and budget. Each can be worn as a ring or on a bracelet and pendant with matching earrings. Starting at $370. On the Plaza, 66 E San Francisco, 505-660-8614


december 2011 /january 2012

Wendy McEahern

Charlotte Santa Fe

Sterling silver Uma earrings and Mobius pendant on silk cording Adorn yourself with Somers Randolph sculptures. What begins as a tiny soapstone carving is molded, cast solid, and handfinished in a five-step polishing process. Stone becomes silver and gold, the alchemy of the SOMERS Collection at Packards on the Plaza. Trunk show December 17 and 18, 10 AM–4 PM. 61 Old Santa Fe Trail, 800-648-7358 or 505-983-9241,