Santa Fe Mercado

Shoppers will find nearly identical products at both the Albuquerque and Santa Fe  Jackalope locations. There is, however, one key difference - The Santa Fe Mercado @ Jackalope. The Mercado is a consortium of small shopkeepers from around the globe that share one big marketplace and location. The Mercado merchants proudly display wares from their native lands-from Guatemala to Peru, from  South Asia to Thailand, from Mexico to Nepal and beyond.

Each “shop” is separately owned and operated. Jackalope is proud to partner with these friendly and earnest people. Each vendor adds color and a vibrant ethnic stamp. Come pay them a visit, bid them a warm hello and you will be as delighted with them as with their beautiful handicrafts and ethnic pieces.

**Note to prospective vendors: we currently have some space for new vendors. If you are ready to start, move or expand your business AND if you carry beautiful treasures from a region or country that we don’t currently host, we welcome your inquiry. Email the Management Team at


Hernandez Imports Expands

Just months before the pandemic hit, Jackalope announced that Hernandez Imports had taken a huge step in growing and expanding. With a humble start on campus nearly eight years ago, they outgrew their space in the Mercado building. We couldn’t be happier for them and we delight in their success. They have expanded into the entire Clark Building which is located at the southwest corner of campus.  Jesús, the owner and operator, is proud to import and display beautiful artisan treasures from Mexico. From glassware to talavera pottery, from ceramic tile to decorated metal framed mirrors, Hernandez Imports carries a huge and growing inventory.

Andean Village Art and More

South American Gifts and Handicrafts

Jose Guerra | 505 570-0254

Welcome to Andean Village Art and More - thank you for taking your valuable time to discover a little more about us. We specialize in bringing beautiful South American gifts and products. We have a vast selection of clothing, jewelry, textiles, handicrafts and souvenirs. Our focus is to procure unique and beautiful handmade pieces for our customers. It is our pleasure to share with you a wide range of handicrafts made by families from our villages - hailing from Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia and Argentina. Please come and visit us inside the Mercado. Thank you and blessings to everyone.

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Eastwind Apparel

Women's Cotton Clothing and Artful Wear

Tenzin Lama/Chosang Sherpa
505 629-8767 or 505 829-8763

Welcome to Eastwind Apparel. I started my clothing business, “Eastwind Apparel”, at Jackalope in 2003. I have been working with artists in Southeast Asia in designing and the making of our beautiful clothing line. Fine cotton, being my favorite material, is used in making our clothes. We also make and carry a lot of batik, hand-dyed and hand painted fabrics as well. All the clothes are lightweight, comfortable and artful pieces for women. Our clothing line includes a unique and broad selection for plus sizes. Come see my cotton collection that will keep you cool all summer long. With love, Tenzin and Chosang Sherpa

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Hernandez Imports

Mexican Artefacts and Handicrafts

Bertha Hernandez
505 620-8224

Welcome to Hernandez Imports. We moved into our new location on the Jackalope Campus in late 2019. We now have over 5000 sq feet to showcase our beautiful handicrafts from Mexico. The building is in the southwest corner of the property right off of Clark Street. And we also have a large pottery and outdoor art displayed at our store front. We have all kinds of fabulous and colorful artisan crafts for the inside and outside of your home. Our broad product line originates from Mexico. We have a beautiful line of Talavera pottery that includes: bowls, plates, pots, decorations and more. We also have a menagerie of tin and metal decoratives that include: crosses, kokopellis and animals. Our glassware line includes: cups, pitchers and bottles. We carry handmade Marta Ortiz pottery and suns. We have beautiful Mexican ceramic tiles and mirrors. Whether you are shopping for a gift or for yourself, we know you will be delighted. We have been at Jackalope for nearly 8 years. Come by and say hello!

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Prairie Dog Glass

Hand-Blown Glass

Mary Elsesser and Patrick Morrisey
505 216-1699

The “Glass Experience.” Come watch and see the art of glassblowing. Create your own piece(s) with our hands on “Glass Experience” or choose an item from our large inventory created by our local artisans. Our selection includes vases, bowls, yard art, seasonal decor, hummingbird feeders and much more. Visitors have been enjoying the art of glass blowing at this Jackalope location for over 17 years! Come Join Us!

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Shamballa Fine Arts

Arizona Petrified Wood

Per Nilson
505 577-2448

Arizona rainbow petrified wood. We sell fossilized wood for landscaping and collecting. Visit our lot right next to Prairie Dog Glass at Jackalope Santa Fe. We sell wholesale to landscapers and designers.

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Southwest Sky

Semi-precious stones and Baskets

Faheem Shahzad
505 203-8777

Southwest Sky has one of the largest selection of beads, jewelry, minerals, findings and baskets you will find in Santa Fe and Albuquerque. We carry turquoise, coral, lapiz, pearls and an immense variety of jaspers and agates. Here at Southwest Sky, you can find extensive choices of select souvenirs curated from all of New Mexico but with an emphasis on South Asia. Our experience and service have built a legacy of integrity and trust with our customers. We are located at both Jackalope locations in Santa Fe and Albuquerque.

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Zapotec Indian Weavers

Handmade Zapotec Oaxacan Textiles

Leo and Adrian Martinez
505 316-9845 or 505 473-0903

The Zapotec Indian Weavers live and weave in a small village, high in the mountains of Teotitlan Del Valle, Oaxaca which is in the south central region of Mexico. The indigenous culture has flourished here for centuries. The Collection blends design elements from ethnic and tribal cultures from all over the world. Our family, the Martinez Family, uses carefully selected wools to ensure quality and durability. We employ our own dye-maker who mixes color by hand in an age old tradition. We carry a large spectrum of sizes, designs and colors. We also carry a special collection of natural un-dyed pieces. Come by and pay us a visit. We would love to show you our beautiful line of rugs and other handicrafts from our region.

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