Bosshard Gallery has been in business for twenty years, consistently offering one of the largest selections of high quality items from Southeast Asia and the Pacific. John Bosshard personally selects inventory items each year in their countries of origin.

We are now in our newly renovated 5000 sq. ft. Showroom & Warehouse, in a tranquil adobe compound next to the Georgia O’Keefe home, in Abiquiu, New Mexico.

After a full winter of Asian buying, we’re chock full. The sophisticated designs, quality craftsmanship, and beautiful hardwoods and materials are inspiring, and our country location allows us to offer EVERYTHING AT WHOLESALE,….always at least 50% less than our former Santa Fe prices.

It’s a beautiful drive from Taos or Santa Fe, less than an hour along the Rio Grande or Chama rivers. Wear your hiking shoes or visit the Ojo Caliente Hot Springs, Ghost Ranch, The O’Keefe Home or Christ in The Desert Monastery.

You’ll enjoy our tranquil oasis within the adobe walls,...shady trees, lawns and flower gardens,….and we’ll have a glass of wine or lemonade for you on the patio overlooking the Bosque. Come for a treasure hunt and a good time! Our 2011 collection is here!

Fine Antique Furniture or Dramatic Contemporary Tables, Chairs or Consoles, reminiscent of Nakashima, with 21st century Zen sensibilities.

Salvaged Ceramic from under the ocean or deep in the earth.

Tribal and Primitive Artifacts imbued with culture and spirit. Buddhas, Statuary, Garden Shrines, Stone Vessels, and Totems.

Basketry, Lacquerware, Woodenware and Textiles. Singular designer accessories and components.

Architectural Elements: Pillars, Doors, Panels and Windows, with hand carving and aged patinas.

Provenance, written description and guarantee of authenticity are available for each item.

While it is impractical to mount all of our items on the website, we are always more than happy to provide digital photos of items that suit your needs and interests. E-mail or call us about the items on this site or any other inquiries.


From Santa Fe: Hwy 84-285 to Espanola, then bear left over Rio Grande Bridge and continue 30 minutes to Abiquiu. After you pass the Abiquiu Inn, turn left opposite Bode’s General Store and Phillps 66 onto County Road 187.

From Taos: Two miles before Espanola, turn right at “San Juan Pueblo”turnoff (NM 74). Pass by the Pueblo, then cross the Rio Grande and Chama river bridges to the “T at Hwy 84-285.Turn right towards “Abiquiu and Chama”. Go 15 miles, pass Abiquiu Inn,
then turn left onto Country Road 187 opposite Bode’s General Store and Phillps 66.
We’re the first place up the hill after the Abiquiu Post Office.


#10 County Road 187
Abiquiu,NM 87510
p. 505 685-0061
f. 505.685.0062

Mailing Address:
PO BOX 1339
Abiquiu, NM, 87510


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