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Crystal Dragon - Looking for the best in HANDCRAFTED jewelry accompanied by dedicated and courteous customer service. Please consider- The Crystal Dragon. Peace! Open everyday 9-5:30pm.

Gypsy Gem - The Gypsy Gem is the source for rare Cerrillos Turquoise. We have a great selection of Kewa (Santo Domingo) Pueblo jewelry, pottery, fetishes, gifts, and more. Come see our new location and sculpture garden next to the old Madrid boarding house. Open 10 - 5 daily.

Mostly Madrid - Featuring local & native art & jewelry, hand-stitched leather & medicine bags and objects of spirit.

Indigo Gallery - This fine art gallery shows a wide range of art including painting, jewelry and sculpture. Open daily 10-5pm.

Johnsons of Madrid - The first gallery opened in Madrid since the mining days. Features works from the region from Albuquerque to Santa Fe. The Johnsons are located directly across from the Mineshaft Tavern near the South end of town. Open 10-6pm

Conley Studio Pottery - Lisa's Conley's pottery as well as works from a number of regional artists are offered. On the East side of Hwy 14 near the middle of town. Open mostly every day 10- 5 pm. Please call for appointment, if necessary.

Weasel & Fitz - Focusing on recycled art and local folk art as well as a few other "curious thangs" we represent over 20 New Mexican artists and craftspeople. Open 10-5pm (closed Tue. & Wed.)

Cowgirl Red - Western Retro, Vintage Cowboy Boots, Art, Native American Jewelry, Antiques & Collectibles! Open 11-5pm most weekdays, Sat& Sun and by appointment.

Trading Bird - Trading Bird Gallery features rare Cerrillos Turquoise jewelry by owner and miner Riana Peaker, Mata Ortiz Pottery, Zuni fetishes and more.

Seppanen and Daughters - Fine rugs and tapestries

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