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Garments, rebozos, curtains, tablecloths, cushions, pillows & alterations.
The Morales family has been taking the bus to Ajijic from Guadalajara every day for more than a decade to sell these traditional palm baskets & bags from Nacajuca, Tabasco.
Fill up on basic kitchen supplies & containers at this store near the Ajijic plaza.
This building, which today is a gift shop with clothes, shoes & jewelry, has seen many changes in its 500-year history.
This popular folk art has achieved international recognition for its incredible colors & designs drawn from the Huichol people’s deep respect for the natural world.
Lois Cugini has operated her boutique of clothing, folk art, and jewelry for almost 40 years in Ajijic.
The Reyes family has been selling handwoven textiles in Ajijic now for four decades.
Handmade clothing made from manta, a cotton textile originally favored by many indigenous groups in Mexico.
Clothing, hats & jewelry.
An extensive collection of folk art, pottery, decorations & glassware.
Thousands of plants, hundreds of varieties & a selection of pots to put them in.
Embroidered shirts in traditional styles from around Mexico, plus leather bags, necklaces, bracelets & Panama hats from the owner’s native Ecuador.
Metal & stone jewelry & art gallery with exhibitions & music nights.
Diane has been collecting wonderful handmade treasures from across Mexico in her store for over a decade.
Handmade textiles & jewelry by a Trique woman from San Juan Copala, Oaxaca.
Silver bracelets, rings, necklaces & other jewelry.
Dozens of varieties of artisanal soaps, bath salts, oils made by women in Ajijic.
Casa Vicente Galán from Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca, uses 100% wool & natural plant dyes to carry on a tradition which stretches back to the early days of the Spanish colonization of Mexico.
Chiles, spices, nuts and grains. For adding the olé to your molé.
Oaxacan textiles & black pottery, embroidered shirts, amate paper art & colorful wooden animal alebrijes are stuffed into this shop of Mexican folk art on Colón Street in Ajijic.
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