Pocas Cosas at the Whitehawk Ethnographic and Indian Antiques Show, Santa Fe, NM, August, 2014

After finishing the Great Southwest Antiques Show in Albuquerque, August 8-10, Estela headed to Santa Fe. On Thursday, August 14, we set up the Pocas Cosas booth at the famous Whitehawk Ethnographic and Indian Antiques Show at the new Convention Center in downtown Santa Fe, just one block from the historic plaza. The show began with a wonderful Gala Opening on Friday night, August 15. The show was open to the general public Saturday through Monday, August 16-18. This was an incredibly beautiful show!


Estela with good friend Ann Murdy (on right), a world-famous photographer who resides much of the year at her home in Santa Fe. See some of Ann’s magnificent photographs at:


View of the Pocas Cosas booth at the Whitehawk Show, Santa Fe, August, 2014.

View of the Pocas Cosas booth at the Whitehawk Show, Santa Fe, August, 2014


Our friend and Service Doggie, Chispa at the show.  She thought it was great!


Estela and Chispa prepare the Pocas Cosas booth for the Gala Opening of the Whitehawk Show.


A very fine piece of vintage Mexican pottery from Tlaquepaque or Tonala, Jalisco, c. 1930’s


Liz Thomas, famous dealer and restoration expert in the area of Mexican and Eastern European vintage women’s clothing, with good friend Sheri Brautigam, a member of Los Amigos del Arte Popular and owner of the famous Living Textiles of Mexico. Please, check out Sheri’s wonderful blog at:


SHOP:   http://www.etsy.com/shop/livingtextiles


Estela carefully puts finishing touches on treasures in the large display case, in preparation for the opening of the Whitehawk show.

Please, see more treasures of Mexican and Native American Indian arts and antiques at the Pocas Cosas website:



About pocascosasarts

Estela Rubalcaba Klink, owner/partner in Pocas Cosas Mexican and Native American Arts and Antiques. Fomerly, a teacher and community organizer and then the Executive Director of a communiy center, Estela "retired" to pursue her business in Mexican and Native American arts and antiques, Pocas Cosas (www.pocascosasarts.com).
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