Que Tenga Buena Mano
This treasure trove of Latin American folk art is for serious collectors and buyers (retail and wholesale to the trade), but browsers are always welcome. Owner Patricia La Farge has been buying and collecting since 1969. Her museum-quality collection includes traditional clothing, ceremonial costuming, antique and contemporary jewelry, ceramics, Oaxacan woodcarvings, Peruvian retablos, tin work, nativities, miniatures, gifts, cards, and home decor. The Buena Mano collection is supported by a folk art library right at the back of the shop.
Buena Mano product prices range from 50 cents into the thousands of dollars. Visit the Buena Mano retail shop and wholesale show room in Unit C-202, Mondays 10 to 3 or Wednesdays through Saturdays 10 to 5. For a more in-depth look at the Buena Mano textile or jewelry collections, we recommend making an appointment by calling 505.699.4688.