ARTISANAL CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES

OroPoPo

OROPOPO is a husband and wife duo who make jewelry, bags and objects in their Albuquerque studio drawing from the iconography of the American Southwest.

"We have our own relationship to the land and culture and those indefinable qualities that are New Mexico and the Southwest. If we share anything with the creative work done in this region for thousands of years it would be the tradition of artists trying to make beautiful things that convey a sense of the time and place we inhabit."

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OroPoPo Bracelet, Fringe Over, Silver/Gold

$125.00

This wide fringe bracelet borrows from Native American traditions in a minimalist reimagining of this unique fringe design. It is created from dyed gold and silver leather and wraps around...

OroPoPo Earrings, Saddle, Gold

$135.00

These lightweight dyed gold leather earrings are reminiscent of a saddle with high pommels and long strands. 2" wide, 3/4” deep, 3” drop, silver earwire and ring.

OroPoPo Bracelet, Cottonwood Two Leaves, Gold

$125.00

This lovely gold dyed leather bracelet is inspired by the Cottonwood trees growing along the Rio Grande where the tall trees flourish. These trees flower in the spring as the...

OroPoPo Bracelet, Cottonwood Two Leaves, Silver

$125.00

This lovely silver dyed leather bracelet is inspired by the Cottonwood trees growing along the Rio Grande where the tall trees flourish. These trees flower in the spring as the...

OroPoPo Earrings, VLA Stepped, Gold

$110.00

These lightweight, dyed gold leather earrings are inspired by the VLA, Very Large Array which is a premier astronomical radio observatory consisting of twenty-seven radio antennae in a Y-shaped configuration...

OroPoPo Earrings, VLA Stepped, Silver

$110.00

These lightweight, dyed silver leather earrings are inspired by the VLA, Very Large Array which is a premier astronomical radio observatory consisting of twenty-seven radio antennae in a Y-shaped configuration...

OroPoPo Bracelet, Rattlesnake, Gold

$150.00

This lovely bracelet dyed in gold and black spirals of diamonds suggests the form of the most respected resident of the desert, the rattlesnake.  It appears in the earliest lore...

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