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Home Decor
Sazon, a wide range of hand-crafted tableware and exclusive cooking school
Correo #22, San Miguel; 152-7671.
Artes de Mexico, wide range of handsome equipal furniture and crafts. Calzada de la Aurora #47 (near the Aurora Design Factory); 152-0764.
Casa de la Inquisitor, lamps, pillow covers, carpets, furniture, iron hardwear.
Aldama #1; 154-6868.

Casa Maxwell, textiles, rugs, vases, folkart, table linens.
Umaran #3 and Canal #14; 152-0247.

Casa Maria Luisa, home accessories that have a vintage look and spirit.
Canal #40; 152-0130
Evos, custom-made sofas, chairs, home accessories and Spanish colonial furniture. Two locations.
Hernandez Macias #55, 152-0813; San Francisco #36, 152-7765. La Antigua Casa Canela, fine candles, pottery, religious items, furniture.
Umaran #20; 152-1880 or 152-3428.

Sollano 16, imported luxury home accessories from Europe and Argentina.
Sollano # 16; 154-8872.
Zocalo, brilliant collection of folkart and pottery.
Hernandez Macias 110 152-0663.

Icpalli, pottery from Gorky Gonzales of Guanajuato.
Correo #43; 152-1236.

La Casa del Vidrio, thick handblown glasses and vases made here in San Miguel at the Guajuye factory.
Correo #11; 152-0102.
Factory and store outside town; Lupita #2; 152-7030
Vitral & Disenio, vases, mirror frames made from tile mosaics, Tiffany-style lamps.
Zacateros #49; 152-4879.

Arte San Gabriel, the closest of the famed Dolores Hidalgo vendors of traditional talavera.
Dolores Hidalgo Highway, 14.2 miles from intersection of highways 51 and 57; 418-185-5037.

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