Margaret Moses Branch

Welcome to my collection.

The above textiles were stolen from our gallery on December 26.  They were taken from our Santa Fe gallery during a nighttime robbery.  If you come across either of the above two textiles please contact us and/or the Santa Fe Police at 505-955-5038.  Or Go HERE for the Atada theft report with further information. 

All textiles are Navajo

cMT 41 - $1,100, 1910 - 1920, possibly Crystal, 63”x41”

cMT 21 - $19,000, c.1885, Germantown Eyedazzler, 47”x73”

cMT 14 - $24,000, c.1885 Germantown Eyedazzler Chief’s Blanket, 64”x48”

cMT 18 - $20,000, 1890s, Germantown Eyedazzler, 50”x68”

cMT 08 - $90,000, 1865-1875, Classic Serape 43”x63”

cMT 12 - $13,000, 1890s 3rd Phase Women’s blanket in a Chief’s Pattern, Eyedazzler, 62”x43”

cMT 13 - $24,000, c.1885, Germantown Eyedazzler, 53”x76”

cMT 03 - STOLEN, c.1880, Banded wearing blanket, 48”x66”

cMT 02 - STOLEN, c.1870, late classic 2nd Phase, 71”x60”

NOTE: If you come across either of the above two textiles please contact us and/or the Santa Fe Police at 505-955-5038.  Or Go HERE for the Atada theft report with further information. 

All textiles are Navajo made.  Sizes and colors are an approximate.

MR 37 - $225, weaver Sophie Nez from Chinle AZ, 26”x22”

MR 46 - $275, weaver Matilda Platero from Fruitland, NM, 19”x17”

All textiles are Navajo.  Colors may vary due to differences in computer monitors. 

cMT 25 - $1000, 1920s early rug pattern, handspun native wool & analine, 69”x38” NOTE: Base of rug has more salmon color than photo shows.

cMT 05 - $80,000, c. 1865 Woman’s serape, red revaled yarns, made during the internment at Bosque Redondo, 62”x43”

cMT 23 - $4,000, c. 1885 3rd phase Chief’s Blanket, handspun natural wool & analine, 70”x60”

cAPP 02 - $450, c.1978, weaver Evelyn Johnson from Church Rock, 40”x24”

cMT 19 - $7,000, 1890s Eyedazzler, handspun with analine dye, 84”x58”

cAPP 01 - $1,400, c.1980, weaver Nellie Klade, Hubble Tree design, 54”x33”

cMT 27 - $13,000, 1890s, classic style 3rd phase Chief’s blanket, 70”x61”

cMT 33 - $4,800, 1920s early catalog type, handspun native natural dye, 60”x46”

cMT 13 - $9,000, 1930s Red Mesa style, handspun natural & analine, 83”x45”

Navajo Two Grey Hills textiles.  All are natural hand spun wool.

#cMT 38 - $4,500 - 1980s, 54”x80”

#cMT 37 - $6,500 - 1940s, 50”x69”

#cMT 36 - $4,500 - 1980s, 49”x71”

#cMT 35 - $1,500 - 1990s by Alfrieda Curley Nathaniel, 52”x31”

#cMT 34 - $7,500 - Evelyn George of the Red  Bottom Clan, 36”x57”

#cMT 31 - $7,500 - Lucy Simpson, 1970s, 6’6”x4’

#cMT 29 - $9,500 - Violet Brown, 46”x74”

#cMT 39 - $1,400 - Daisy Shorty, 1990s, 47”x35”

All of our textiles are Navajo made. 

cMT 20 - $9000, 1890s, Eyedazzler hand spun with analine dye, 80”x58”

cMT 09 - $24,000, 1870s, Moki style banded, handspun natural wool, 68”x48”

cMT 22 - $24,000, 1885, Eyedazzler, Germantown cotton string warp, 72”x52”

cMT 11 - $10,000, 1885, handspun with analine dye, 84”x57”

cMT 17 - $7,000, 1890s, Regional rug, handspun with natural & analine, 85”x58”

cMT 24 - $1,600, 1920s, Handspun with native wool & analine, 72”x53”

cMT 04 - $39,000, 1890s, 3rd phase Chief’s Blanket, 68”x57”

cMT 28 - $7,000, 1910, JB Moore catalog plt# XIX, 92”x64”

cMP 08 - 1880s Zuni Pueblo, h9”x w12” - $15,000.

cMP 17 - Cochiti Bowl, 1890-1900, h3”x w8.5” - $1,100.

cMP 16 - Cochiti stew bowl, 1890-1900, h3.5”x w10.25” - $800.

MP 035 - 1880-1920 San Juan Peublo dough bowl, h8”x w12” - $6,500.

cMP 02 - 1880s Zuni Pueblo, w14”x h10” - $16,000.

cMP 12 - 1870s Hopi/Polacca, h7”x w9” - $5,000.

cMP 10 - 1940s Santo Domingo Pueblo, h9.5”x w11.5” - $8,000.

cMP 05 - 1880-1900, Dolarita Vigil (passed away in 1918 Flu epidemic) San Ildefonso Pueblo, h10”x w11.5” - $13,000.

cMP 14 - 1870-1880 San Ildefonso Pueblo, h10.5”x w11” - $9,000.

cMP 01 - 1930-1940s, possibly Monica Silva, Santo Domingo Pueblo, h4.5”x w13” - $3,000.

cMP 15 - 1930s Santo Domingo (or Cochiti) Pueblo h6.75”x w7” - $1,200

MP 024 - 1930s Zia Pueblo olla, h9”x w11” - $12,000

cMP 06 - 1940s Santo Domingo Pueblo, h10”x w11” - $3,000

cMP 13 - 1890s San Ildefonso Pueblo, h9.5”x w12” - $7,500

cMP 03 - 1885-1890 Zia Pueblo h9”x w10” - $5,500

cMP 04 - 1880s Zuni Pueblo h9.5”x w13” - $5,500

cMP 45 - 1920s Acoma Pueblo olla h8.75”x w12” - $3,500

cMP 09 - c.1910-1920, Santo Domingo Pueblo, w12”x h10” - $3,500.

cMP 11 - 1890-1910 Santo Domingo Pueblo, h10”x w10.5” - $5,000

cMP 07 - 1890-1900s San Ildefonso Pueblo, h8”x w11” - $4,500

Rings by Art Tafoya.

Sterling silver Earrings by Art Tafoya. If you would like any information about any piece you see please feel free to call or email.

All of Art’s stamps and dies are his own creations. Art Tafoya specializes in hand stamped old style jewelry in the tradition of Fred Peshlakai, but in a style all his own. His original jewelry is highly sought after by collectors worldwide. He was a silversmith in residence at The Turquoise Shop at Knotts Berry Farm in California for 25 years before relocating to Albuquerque. His work was recently added to the permanent collection of the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History.   And the “Grove” Encylopedia of American Art.  All of his work is made with natural American turquoise and 925 Sterling Silver. 

Please feel free to contact us for further information on any piece you see. 

Our collection of fine belts. Each piece is crafted by Navajo artist and comes with a 100% authenticity guarantee.

cRG 15 - 1940s - 1950s concho belt, $850

cRW 121 - Sand cast concho belt c.1960, $1,500

MJC 08 - 1940 - 1960s Bisbee Turquoise, 2nd Phase style, $4,500

MJC 010 - KT & CO hallmarks, c.1960, high quality reposse with whirling logs stamps, natural turquoise, $1,900

Southwestern concho style belt buckles.  

All are sterling silver unless otherwise noted.  

Bear claw buckle - SOLD

mJC 6 - cracked stone, sold as-is - $250.

cDBJ 31 - Road Runner - $275.

cDBJ 33 - $250

cDBJ 32 - S.Y. hallmark - $450.

cDBJ 30 - Effie Calabaza - $350.

mJC 15 - Harrison Willy & Jasper John - $450.

cDBJ 19 - c.1940 single concho - $55.

Artist Camilio Tafoya “Sunflower”

Santa Clara Pueblo, dated 1973.

MP 124 - $900

mP 093 - 2006 Clarence Cruz (Khuu Kharyay), San Juan, w9”x h6.25” - $195.

mP 677 - Vickie Martinez, Santa Clara - Tewa Pueblo, w6.25”x h5.25” - $375.

All pottery is Native American.

mP 672 - Sarah Garcia (deceased in the 1980s), h7”x 9” - $975.

mP 674 - Paula Estavan Vallo, Acoma Pueblo, w5”x h4.25” - $450.

mP 679 - Madeline E. Naranjo, Santa Clara - Tewa Pueblo, w5”x h4” - $675.

mP 675 - Paula Estavan Vallo, Acoma Pueblo, w5”x h4.5” - $450

mP 557 - Johanna Anthony bear motif - 3” across x h2” - $105.

1980s Acoma Pueblo olla by CL

mP 676 - Paula Estavan Vallo, Acoma Pueblo, w5”x h4.25” - $450.

cMP 19 - Santana & Adam, San Ildefonso Pueblo, h4.5”x w4”  - $900.

mP 673 - Theresa Garcia-Salvador (Red Corn Clan), Acoma Pueblo, w10”x h8” - $585.