Located in the heart of the Plaza district, inside the La Fonda Hotel , is one of Santa Fe's best-known jewelry stores. ... More
Nancy Brown Custom Jeweler
Located in the heart of the Plaza district, inside the La Fonda Hotel , is one of Santa Fe's best-known jewelry stores. You will be delighted with the sparkling array of gemstones set in precious metals. Each piece has a unique manner and is as individual as the person who designed it. Ask about the Story Wheel necklaces--these adornments tell the story of your life, one step at a time. Whether shopping for yourself or someone special, you are sure to find something you like.
My life history is worn around my neck. Each Storywheel represents an event in my life including both joy and heartbreak. It is my story and there is no other just like.
Such is the beauty of Storywheels. I began collecting many years ago when making my yearly visit to "the city different." Though Nancy Brown is no longer with us, her legacy of Storywheels still lives as I continue my life story though her beautiful jewelry.
A women's paradise ! I stop in every time I visit the area. The jewelry they offer is top quality and the stones are stunning.I started a story necklace and it is nearly finished. There is something for every one that walks into the Gallery. I have picked up gifts for my granddaughters and friends. The staff is so willing to help you find something in your price range. I always enjoy the stop and never leave empty-handed. I wish that I could go in once a week. The only thing that stops me is that I live Louisiana. I hope you have a wonderful experience as I do each time I visit. ps. shop-cerely and enjoy, R F Yoder
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