New Mexican

Art, Antiques, Textiles & Furniture

Hours

Wednesday – Saturday: 1 pm – 5 pm
Or by appointment

New Mexican

Art, Antiques, Textiles & Furniture

Hours

Wednesday – Saturday: 1 pm – 5 pm
Or by appointment

Tres Estrellas

We invite you to explore our online galleries.

New Mexican

Textiles

Tres Estrellas offers a wide range of antique, vintage and contemporary woven masterpieces, Hispanic and Indigenous. From vintage Navajo rugs and contemporary Two Grey Hills tapestries to classic Navajo Chief’s blankets, we have the largest selection of rare and authentic Navajo weavings in the area. We specialize in New Mexican Rio Grande Blankets and fine Mexican Saltillo Sarapes.

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Furniture

For the dedicated collector we have available original New Mexican furniture, spanning Spanish Colonial through Territorial periods. Visitors will find iconic examples that express the range of rare and desirable pieces including carved dovetail chests, trasteros, chairs and more. Please contact us or browse the furniture gallery for current offerings.

Our goal is to provide uncompromising reproductions of highly desirable furniture pieces that are virtually unobtainable in today’s antiquities market. We specialize in creating custom tailored pieces to meet the individual needs of our customer. Please contact us to learn more.

Tres Estrellas

A gallery ensconced in an 18th century adobe building in Taos’ Ledoux St. historic district.

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Antiques

Material Culture of 18th & 19th Century New Mexico antiquities have been described as the residue of history by some, keys to unlocking secrets of the past by others. Every item in our gallery has a story that transcends its form and presence. The vast array of material in our collection span centuries and the breadth of cultures in the greater southwest… visit us in Taos, or browse our gallery for further enticement.

Tres Estrellas

Visitors will find a vast array of visually stimulating collectibles spanning more than four four centuries, encompassing three distinct cultures.

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Art

Taos has long been a legendary destination for important American artists.