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Our Legacy

Since our founding in 1974, Peyote Bird Designs has worked closely with both Native and non-Native artisans across the United States and the world. Our passion for jewelry, art, and culture have been at the core of our business for 45+ years, and as a non-Native owned organization, we understand the importance of practicing an ethical and culturally sensitive business model, especially in regards to selling Native American crafts. 

Our Team

Internally, we are proud of our diverse Santa Fe, NM based team which includes members of the BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities. We have always strived to foster a welcoming and safe company culture and to have a diverse and inclusive staff and management team.   

Our Artisans

We've worked with many of our Native American and non-Native artisan partners for decades, with whom we’ve built strong, mutually-beneficial relationships. We pay our artists fairly and on time and often advance materials to those who might otherwise face barriers in accessing them. It is through these close relationships that we are able to guarantee the authenticity and quality of each product we carry while respecting the traditional and cultural significance of the work. We look forward to many more years of supportive and long lasting partnerships with the artisans that we represent.   


Peyote Bird Designs supports Native and artisan communities around the globe through our philanthropic endeavors. Over the years, we have supported many local and international organizations including the Navajo Water Project, the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, the International Folk Art Market, The Food Depot, and St. Elizabeth Shelter in Santa Fe, New Mexico. We are always interested in expanding our impact in the world, please contact us if you have an organization that aligns with our values.