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The finest New Mexico crafts have been sold right here, on the north side of the Plaza under the Palace of the Governors portal, almost every day for more than six decades. The program, which requires that the 69 participants belong to a registered tribe and stamp their work with a personal signature, ensures that the work—whether it’s a ceramic pot, a sterling silver bangle, or a kachina doll—is legitimate and authentic to the artist and his or her tribe. 

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Native American Vendors Program, Palace of the Governors

The finest New Mexico crafts have been sold right here, on the north side of the Plaza under the Palace of the Governors portal, almost every day for more than six decades. The program, which requires that the 69 participants belong to a registered tribe and stamp their work with a personal signature, ensures that the work—whether it’s a ceramic pot, a sterling silver bangle, or a kachina doll—is legitimate and authentic to the artist and his or her tribe.