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WELCOME to Santa Fe Silverworks
by Gregory P. Segura
Stop by and see Gregory's most recent work, now represented, at Santa Fe's World Famous

  Ortegas on the Plaza Santa Fe New Mexico  
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Sterling Silver Southwestern Zia Symbol Ring Traditional Spanish Market Award winning Santa Fe Native Artist Gregory Segura
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62nd Annual Traditional Spanish Market 2013
Blue Ribbon First Place Precious Metals
Awarded to Gregory P. Segura for his
75ct Ruby Sacred Heart Rosary
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The  59th Annual Traditional Spanish Market

July 24th & 25th, 2010 in Santa Fe, New Mexico,

Awarded Gregory P. Segura twice for his piece

"Corazón de Santa Fe"

Second Place ~ Precious Metals

E. Boyd Memorial Award ~ Originality and Expressive Design

Featured in Metalsmith Magazine - "Traditional Spanish Metalwork, A Living Past" - March 2012

click on picture for more about Corazon de Santa Fe

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"Santa Fe Ring"
The newest design from Award Winning Precious Metal Artist Gregory P. Segura The "Santa Fe Ring", like the Irish Claddagh ring, was designed for the love of my life and named after the town I love... click picture to read more


New Mexico Zia Collection
Sterling Silver Southwestern Jewelry Cross by Gregory Segura Traditional Spanish Market Award Winner Santa Fe shown at Ortega's on the Plaza
Survivor's Cross
Helping Cancer Charities & EDS Foundation
Now 100% of Profits go to donations! 
Sterling Silver Handmade Southwestern Jewelry Earrings by Native Santa Fe Silversmith and Spanish Market Award-winning Precious Metals Artist Gregory Segura with Cross and Sacred Heart and Mediterranean Gem Quality Coral
"Santa Fe Pearls"
Southwestern Sterling Silver Multi Charm Turquoise Coral Rosarita Lapis by Traditional Spanish Market award winng native Santa Fe Artist Gregory Segura shown at Ortega's on the. Plaza
Solid Sterling Silver Southwestern Skull Cuff Bracelet Biker Bad Ass Celebrity Movie Star Native Santa Fe Artist Gregory Segura  Silversmith
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Cigar Cases
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New Mexico Centennial
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About Gregory

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Santa Fe Silverworks is a collection of beautiful, unique and exquisitely handcrafted Southwestern sterling silver jewelry pieces created by Santa Fe, New Mexico Native and Award Winning Silversmith Gregory Segura. Being mostly self taught, Gregory began designing jewelry in silver over 20 years ago in 1989, although he did make is first piece for his mother, Elvira, in a 1980 high school silversmith class. He has continued to perfect his skills over the years. In 2010, at Gregory's first year in the world renowned Santa Fe Traditional Spanish Market, he was awarded twice for his "Corazon de Santa Fe" , Second Place in Precious Metals, and the E. Boyd Memorial Award for Originality and Expressive Design. Inspired by all the beauty that the Southwest has to offer, and a great admirer of master silversmiths from New Mexico's past, Gregory's work reflects his Spanish and Native American heritage. A bit of a restless soul, Gregory's jewelry offers a wide range of diverse designs from traditional to contemporary. His Sacred Hearts and Crosses have become sought after by collectors worldwide. Gregory is also the originator of the ©™Survivor's Cross, dedicated to all those affected by cancer and other debilitating diseases, not just those that beat their disease or those battling their disease but those providing care and support as well as those Survivors left behind to remember their loved ones.
All of Gregory's Southwestern jewelry designs are original handmade sterling silver rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, pendants, belts, buckles, crosses, and cigar cases and the New Mexico Zia Collection with bolo ties, pendants, cuff linkslapel pins. Many are one-of-a-kind works of art and most of his intricately stamped designs are truly unique, with no two identical. He uses the heaviest gauge of silver possible to craft his pieces giving them a substantial feel and the assurance of the highest quality available. Many designs incorporate Southwestern elements like turquoise, garnet, lapis-lazuli and coral as well as other semi-precious stones.
"From the first time I started working with silver it just came natural to me. I guess you could say I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth, that I made.  Jewelry designs are constantly going on in my head and manipulating the silver to execute my ideas just made sense. Turquoise has always been my favorite stone to use because of the varied hues of blue to green, often with unique matrix lines. Combine that with silver and beautiful jewelry is the result and reward." and
Gregory lives and creates his jewelry works of art in his hometown of Santa Fe with his beautiful wife Debra and their four rescue animals. Three of them are cats, Sugar, Benicio del Gato and Wally and one cat herding Border Collie, Murphy.
Please enjoy browsing Santa Fe and know that the piece of jewelry you choose was created from the heart and soul of Santa Fe.

You can find Gregory's works at:

 Traditional Winter Spanish Market
67th Traditional Spanish Market
July 28th & 29th, 2018
Booth 157 Lincoln Ave On the Plaza
Santa Fe, New Mexico
111 West San Francisco Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Limited Items 
 750 Camino Lejo(Museum Hill)
Santa Fe, NM
(505) 982-2226


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