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This trendy boutique is owned by local artists and all of the products are created by local artists and designers, including cute clothing, funky accessories, and interesting nicknacks. You'll find colorful eccentric products that have a youthful edge. Along with handmade creations, you'll also find a selection of vintage items. If you really like their designs sign up for one of their classes where you can learn to create handmade items.
Have a blast here putting together and enhancing your own distinctive style. Buffalo Exchange is a bright store, great for browsing through the shelves, walls and cases full of eclectic merchandise where customers can buy, sell and trade goods. Old Route 66 is the perfect location for this clean and friendly emporium. Vintage clothing and foot wear for men, women and children is available. You can get clogs and Beatle boots to high top sneakers, waffle-stompers and smart wing-tips. Soaps, incense, candles, games and gadgets fill the storefront tables in addition to chic, inexpensive jewelry.
There is a great deal more for sale than sweet-smelling potions in Perfumes of the Desert. There are books, for example, hundreds of them, and each one having to do with the history, geography and/or people of the Southwest. There is also a wide selection of silver and turquoise jewelry, as well as nativity sets, figurines, Native pottery, leather goods, and stained glass. Out of film? This store carries a wide variety of sizes and speeds.
This name is well known in Albuquerque for fine jewelry, diamonds and honest appraisals. Ernest Bernard Butterfield, Jr, known as Bernie, along with his wife and children, carry on the traditions of this family-owned, 70-year-old business. They are especially proud of the loose diamonds they carry, which are hand chosen directly from the cutters. You can browse for hours looking at the fine jewelry, watches and natural and cultured pearls. On hand you will find three bench jewelers who will custom design any piece of jewelry you can imagine. Also on site at Butterfield Jewelers are three watch repairmen.