March 24, 2020 -

Dear Keshi Friends and Family,

Things have been changing rapidly over the last few weeks and we have tried our best to keep our service disruptions to a minimum while keeping team KESHI safe and doing our bit to #flattenthecurve.

As of this morning, Tuesday March 24th, the state of New Mexico has instituted a public health order which requires a temporary shutdown of all non-essential businesses and for all residents to stay at home.  

We are doing our best to channel turtle energy, going with the flow, adjusting and adapting daily.  

Although our physical shop is temporarily closed  you can keep your KESHi connection through our website.  The KESHi.COM website will remain open but will operate remotely in accordance with the new state order.  

We don’t yet know how long this will be for - we will reassess the situation again in mid-April.  

If you have ordered from us in the last day or so, your order should be on its way to you.  Orders placed from this point on will be processed as quickly as possible but please understand that there will be some delays in receiving your order.  We will continue to be in contact with you as orders are placed so that you are able to shop with certainty.  

Elahkwa! Thank you, and stay well.

March 13, 2020 -

Dear Keshi Friends and Family,

Out of an abundance of caution, we at Keshi have made the difficult decision to temporarily halt walk in store service until further notice, due to the Covid-19 Health Emergency, as of March 13.  

Our website will continue operations as usual.  We are also open for email and telephone orders.  Please contact us if you would like personalized images of items we have available in our shop through email.  

Phone: 505-989-8728 or 505-795-7119

With hope for the future and blessings for all, we look forward to seeing you in person once this crisis abates.

Elahkwa! Thank you, and stay well.


      Keshi (kay-SHE) is the traditional greeting of the Zuni Pueblo people who live in beautiful western New Mexico. Our store is called Keshi The Zuni Connection because of our close ties with the people of the Zuni Pueblo. Established in 1981 as a co-op for Zuni arts and crafts, Keshi has always maintained personal relationships with individual carvers, jewelers, and potters. We continue to buy directly from the Zuni people. Our reasonable prices and complete authenticity reflect this. We host one of the largest selections of Zuni fetishes in the world and we feel honored to be involved with these kind and generous people. We welcome you to call or visit Keshi and experience a Zuni connection for yourself. 

      (Thank You in Zuni) 


      The Keshi Foundation

      If you have Zuni treasures(s) that you would like to donate to The Keshi Foundation, please contact Robin Dunlap at 505-660-0981 or at to discuss the pieces in your collection. Pieces that are donated will directly benefit the Zuni people. You may receive a tax deduction for your donation.