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Employee Spotlight: Lily Cordova

Employee Spotlight: Lily Cordova

    We’re pleased to introduce to you our littlest team member with the biggest personality: Lily Cordova.   Lily, born on June 9, 1997 in Albuquerque, NM, joined the Palms family on June 8, 2016.  She is currently a full-time student at the University... Read more

Artist Spotlight: Ronald Chavez

It’s our pleasure to introduce you to our friend, Santo Domingo artist Ronald Chavez, who is best known for his beautiful slab and bead work. Born on April 20, 1958 to Rosalita and Remijio Chavez, Santo Domingo artist Ronald Chavez learned the craft of heishi... Read more
Water Symbolism in Native American Indian Art

Water Symbolism in Native American Indian Art

Pueblo peoples have inhabited the American Southwest for well over 500 years. Continued life in the arid region depends on water, and the importance of seasonal rains is evident in the traditional designs and patterns that adorn many types of Native American Indian... Read more
Services You Didn’t Know We Offered

Services You Didn’t Know We Offered

Palms Trading Company is known throughout the Southwest and by art dealers worldwide for our authentic Native American Indian art. People visit us from far and near to browse our selection of jewelry, pottery, rugs, baskets and more from Pueblo and Navajo artists. But... Read more
Welcome to Palms

Welcome to Palms

Hello, my name is Peter Berger and I am a fourth generation trader from Albuquerque New Mexico. I am the General Manager at Palms Trading Company. Palms has been in my family since 1933 when it began as a grocery store and beer garden. It has since evolved into one of... Read more
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