Stops & Shops
Stops Along The Turquoise Trail
Henderson Store1710 State Hwy 14 N.
Golden, NM 87047
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Purchased in 1918 by Ernest & Lucy Riccon, the Golden General Store served area residents with items for their daily needs. In 1962 the store was purchased by their youngest daughter, Vera, and her husband, Bill Henderson. As demand for a general store in the area declined, Vera and Bill began to trade merchandise for Southwestern Indian crafts. Today with the help of their daughter, Desiri, and her husband Allen, Henderson Store continues to sell high quality Southwestern Indian jewelry, rugs, and pottery at reasonable, competitive prices.
Until further notice we are now open Wednesday thru Saturday 10am-3:30pm. Closed Sunday thru Tuesday and all major Holidays.
?If your travels do not coincide with our new hours, we may be available by appointment. Just email email@example.com or call 505-281-7136.
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