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Native American, Spanish & Mexican influences in Santa Fe Style

The woodworkers of New Mexico have always been at the forefront of creating the details of Santa Fe Style. When Onate came to settle New Mexico in 1598 with his entourage of hundreds only a handful were listed as carpenters or carpinteros. These men likely were trained in the well established guild system of Mexico and each brought with him the few... MORE

Carpinteros & Southwest Spanish Craftsmen Day

The official proclamation by the city of Santa Fe naming April 21, 2009 "Carpinteros & Southwest Spanish Craftsmen Day". Please click on the file on the right to view the official proclamation.... MORE

Carpinteros Keeps Alive 80 Years of Authentic Craftsmanship

(Santa Fe, New Mexico) /// Carpinteros, formally known as Taos Furniture, recently acquired Santa Fe institution Southwest Spanish Craftsmen, a known leader in historic Spanish Colonial style custom furniture. All parties felt that the acquisition was both timely and beneficial. Keith Gorges, one of the three partners of Carpinteros and Tierra Co... MORE