This tiny silversmith's workshop and gallery is located in the cottonwood-shaded Sena Plaza. The Gusterman family of ... More
This tiny silversmith's workshop and gallery is located in the cottonwood-shaded Sena Plaza. The Gusterman family of Sweden originally settled in central Colorado, the heart of America's silver mining country. In 1980, their children brought their expert silversmithing talent to Santa Fe where they turn out awesome examples of gold and silver jewelry in a variety of designs. Their work reflects the style of their parents, with an added modern touch.
This is such a friendly place to shop AND the pieces are all so beautiful. The only problem is deciding what to buy because there are so many pieces I just loved. This was the last shop I stopped in. I had almost given up on finding something handcrafted that wouldn't exactly scream Southwest when I returned home to NC. I bought 2 bracelets and earrings and a bracelet for my sisters 60th birthday. When I returned home, my 32 year old daughter loved my earrings so much that I gave them to her and called and bought another pair for myself. No problem ordering over the phone...shipment arrived just as promised. The sisters are lovely and make your shopping experience a wonderful experience.
LOVED this place. Actually bought myself a travel wedding ring (made of silver gold and diamonds) so personal, so nice, great customer service. unique pieces and wonderful craftsmanship! Highly Recommend!
My favorite silver jewelry has come from Gustermans
By A Yahoo Contributor, 11/25/07
Set in an old building in the heart of Santa Fe, and run by two sisters and an amazing jewelry maker, Gustermans has wonderful and unique styles of jewelry. I purschase my own sisters' gift there - and always the pieces purchased are their favorites, as well as mine. The jewelry is universal, not just appropriate for New Mexico attire. Prices are very fair.
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