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Volume 4, Issue 4

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Plains Beadwork For An Exquisite Home Accent

Among our favorites for stunning home accent pieces is the

exceptional beadwork of the Plains people. Beaded moccasins,

vests and dresses make for outstanding display pieces. You will

find beadwork from the late 1800’s to the present in our galleries

and on our website.

A Gift From The

Plains People

Contemporary Plains art is

alive and well, made the old

way. See a nice selection on

our website, and in each of

our galleries.

Beautiful Work

From The Reed

The Apache, Hopi, Pima

and other Native American

people create absolutely

stunning works of basketry

that are favorites among

collectors of fine art.

A Little Something

For Year Round

Choose from a hand-picked

selection of classic tradi-

tional and contemporary

bracelets, necklaces, bolos

and buckles. All hand-

crafted by Native American

artisans, including Amelia-

Joe Chandler, 2006 Artist of

the Year.

Fine Sculpture Adds Joy, Warmth

Award winning sculptors Cliff Fragua, and Caroline Carpio are at

the top of their game. You can find a wide range of beautiful

original stone and limited edition bronze work by these renowned

artists at River Trading Post.

Spirits In Clay

Pueblo pottery made accord-

ing to age old tradition is

always a gift favorite.

Choose from a great collec-

tion of contemporary, or pre-

Columbian masterpieces.

Santa Fe

River Trading Post

314 N. River Street

Dundee, Illinois 60118

847-426-6901

610 B. Canyon Road

Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501

505-982-2805

7033 E. Main Street

Scottsdale, Arizona 85251

480-444-0001

We extend holiday greetings to

you. Come visit one of our fine

galleries, or drop in on our web-

site. We believe that you will

find something to make this

season very special for you and

for your loved ones.

Come visit. Enjoy!

H

APPY

H

OLIDAYS

F

ROM

R

IVER

T

RADING

P

OST

Scottsdale

Dundee

RTP On-Line

Something In The Air

—Cliff Fragua