Friday, August 26, 2011

SF Indian Market #6


One for him and two for her. These wonderful cuff braclets came from the Tsinnie Gallery in Shiprock New Mexico. Good think I left the plastic at home, the men's one fit perfectly. Wishing you all a weekend full of fun and photos!

34 comments:

cristina petre said...

they're beautiful!

Matteo Taffuri said...

Thanks Randy,
have a wonderful weekend
ciao
Matteo

Dennis Ferrol said...

Beautiful!
Nice capture Randy.

Marty said...

these bracelets are just beautiful !
your last posts are so nice too !
wish you a lovely day and a wonderful weekend

VP said...

Wonderful objects, beautiful image.

Halcyon said...

What beautiful settings! I think you should have purchased the men's bracelet. If it fit perfectly, that was probably a sign. :)

Luis Gomez said...

Gorgeous! Love them.

Javier said...

Igualmente para ti, que tengas un buen fin de semana y nos sorprendas con tus fotos

Saludos

Kate said...

IJ'll take the two for women!!

Sonya Heilmann said...

Beautiful!

Good thing I'm in Iowa and not Santa Fe, because I'd be trying to buy stuff so fast, the plastic would melt!

Kathy said...

And what was the price tag on these beauties?

Regina K said...

I want the one on the left. Beautiful.

TexWisGirl said...

but you look so good in turquise! :)

Lúcia said...

Hahaha, I'm sure you know you would find many beautiful things when you left your credit card at home!
Have a good weekend! ;-)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Yes please Randy, I will definitely have one..!!

becky said...

They are lovely. Smart thinking leaving your cards at home! Maybe it is a good thing I didn't get the chance to go, I would have seen to many things I would want to buy. Kate & I are meeting for breakfast- we are trying the Pantry- I have never been there, but I remember you saying how good the chile is there! Happy friday to you... my work week starts tomorrow!

Sharon said...

I love that piece of turquoise in the top bracelet. I love it when they have lots of colors.

Magpie said...

But Randy, how can you support the economy when you leave your plastic at home? :) Happy Friday!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Just beautiful! Your photos have reminded me that I have a delicate strand of turquoise "pearls" with little gold spacers bought in Taos some years ago.

I am off to retrieve them now!

Bises,
Genie

La sonrisa de Hiperión said...

Siempre estupendos los posts que nos dejas. Gracias por compartir.

Saludos y buen fin de semana.

RedPat said...

Hard to resist! Great pieces.

Craig said...

Turquoise and silver - a match made in heaven. I bought my Mum a few pieces when we lived in the US and she still wears them.

PauloSilva said...

India has so beautiful acessories! Have a nice weekend!

cieldequimper said...

Now why can't I leave my plastic at home? Gorgeous.
Have a wonderful weekend!

JM said...

They're gorgeous but I'll take the rug! Both, actually. :-)

Costin Moraru said...

beautiful bracelets! very nice shot!

Costin M.

EG Wow said...

Two for HER? Thanks! I accept. :)

Jack said...

Randy, these are stunning. I enlarged this to maximum size and admired the artistry. Sometimes you gotta give yourself a treat.

Traveling Hawk said...

I still have my silver bracelet with Kokopeli motiffs, bought in Santa Fe:)

yas said...

They are nice color, aren't they?

Tanya said...

i love the one on the left!

Leif Hagen said...

I love turquoise - I might have bought one....

Cindy said...

I'm really enjoying these pictures of the Indian Market. The bracelets are beautiful.

Allison said...

I hope you bought it Randy! The one I told you about that my dad once bought me (a lifetime ago) in New Mexico or Arizona is exactly this style, only the turquoise looks like it's been pounded into dust and then filled into a butterfly form. Beautiful.