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New Mobile Friendly Web Site!

We have exciting news at SFJS! Our new, mobile-friendly website is up-and-ready to take your orders. Your patience and loyalty to SFJS during this process has been amazing. There are still a few kinks we need to work out. Send your questions, concerns, comments or suggestions to info@sfjs.net.

Sign Up for Classes!

The class schedule for August through October 2018 is now available. We offer beginning to intermediate classes in metalsmithing, enameling, soldering, stone cutting, stone setting and more. Our instructor and master jeweler, Bob Hazeltine, also teaches private one-on-one classes. Class sizes are limited to 4 to ensure students get personal attention. Go to the Education… View Article

Santa Fe Spring and Summer Markets

Many of our customers participate in daily, weekly or seasonal art markets during the year.  To shop for unique, exquisite hand-made gifts check out these art venues. Everyday – Native American Portal Program Artists on the Plaza Every Saturday – The Santa Fe Artists Market at the Railyard Plaza Every Sunday – The Railyard Artisans… View Article

Our Company

About Us

Long ago in the Land of Enchantment, from the high Santa Fe desert, the wind called us home. Two native New Mexican sisters reunited and embarked on a 30 year journey that would change their lives and the lives of many others. The founders of SFJS, then mere pups, prioritized family over corporate life and aspired to bring a much needed service to a small community teaming with talented artists. Thus Santa Fe Jewelers Supply (SFJS) was born.
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Our Mission

To Build Community, Empower Artisans and Create Prosperity for all!
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Our Community

Santa Fe Jewelers Supply serves over 15,000 local New Mexico artisans as well as a diverse community nationwide and overseas. We have worked with up to 3 generations in many families! We are passionate about delivering exceptional customer service and valuing each customer.
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News and Events

Fiestas de Santa Fe kicks off next Friday, August 31st, with the burning of "Old Man Gloom", Zozobra. Zozobra means anxiety in Spanish. The ritual burning is meant to rid us of the worries and cares of the past year. Be sure to visit the Fine Arts and Crafts Market on the Santa Fe Plaza starting Saturday, September 1st through Monday, September 3rd, Labor Day.
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