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Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum

Gift Shop

Nancy Young | Southern Ute Shared Services

The Southern Ute Museum Gift Shop offers Ute and Navajo beadwork, regional horsehair and Acoma pottery, turquoise and silver jewelry, body care products from Native-owned companies, books on Ute history and the local region, and the out-of-print Riders of the West: Portraits From Indian Rodeo (Temporary Gallery Exhibit).

The Gift Shop offers something for everyone. Major credit cards accepted.

Regular gift shop vendors include:

Larry Allison – Jewelry
Kerry Cesspooch, Ute – Jewelry
Ayesha Clark – Jewelry
Dan Clark – Beadwork
Eddie Dimalanta, Oneida – Wampum
Misty Etcitty – Jewelry
David Jim, Navajo – Silversmith
Helen Harvey, Navajo – Beadwork
John Harvey – Jewelry
Wanda Jacket, Ute Mountain – Jewelry
Kin-sinta Joseph – Jewelry
Norman Lansing, Southern Ute – Pottery
Esther Largo, Navajo – Beadwork
Paul LaRose, Ute Tribe – Beadwork
Tasheila Lehi, Ute Mountain Ute – Beadwork
Beverly Lehi Yazzie, Ute Tribe – Beadwork
Roberta Martinez, Navajo – Clothing
Lorenzo McCorky, Navajo – Woodwork
Harviana Medina – Clothing
Mary Ann Morris, Navajo – Jewelry
Jhane Myers, Comanche/Blackfeet – Jewelry
Dexter Nelson, Navajo – Pottery
Laberta Nelson, Navajo – Pottery
Robert Nieto, Santo Domingo – Silversmith
Sheldon Nunez-Velarde, Jicarilla – Pottery
Brian Ortiz – Pottery
Bob Pevo, Shoshone-Bannock – Beadwork
Theresa Poncho – Jewelry/Pottery
Mike Santistevan, Southern Ute – Beadwork
Adrianne Stevens, Ute Tribe РAppliqu̩
Betty Thomas, Navajo – Jewelry
Vivian Wahtomy, Shoshone-Bannock – Beadwork

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Rose Necklace
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Acoma Seed Pot
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Baby Moccasins

*Merchandise and unworn/unwashed clothing may be returned for store credit, or exchanged with the original receipt, within 7 days of purchase.