- Maisel’s was in the Albuquerque area. It is established by Maurice and Cyma Maisel in 1939 to cater to the U.S. Route 66 tourist trade
- Various murals depicting Indian life were painted on Maisel’s Trading Post by ten Pueblo and Navajo artists such as Narcisco Abeyta, Harrison Begay, and Awa Tsireh
- The trading post employed hundreds of native craftspeople in its heyday. It closes upon its founder’s death, and is reopened in the 1980s by Maurice’s grandson, Skip.
- It continued to trade as Skip Maisel’s Indian Jewelry and Crafts, until summer of 2019, when Skip Maisel retires and closes the business.
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- Outstanding Navajo Cluster Pin / Pendant
- Fabulous Kingman Turquoise Stone!
- Looks like “New” old stock from a defunct trading post.
|Sterling silver, Kingman Turquoise|
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