Updated: Jan 18
An electronic clipping of our feature that was seen on page 41 of this summers edition of Cowboys & Indians!
"When Laura Rubio graduated from college, she took a trip to Mexico to visit relatives and travel areas of her home country she'd never been to before. When she arrived in Taxco, a small city of southwest Mexico City sitting in the hills once mined for their rich silver deposit, she had no idea she's just stumbled upon her future. There she discovered not just the city's famed Spanish colonial architecture and picturesque landscapes but also its many silver artisans handcrafting one-of-a-kind jewelry. She had an idea: what if she could buy jewelry directly from the artisans and sell it to retail outlets back in Denver, where she lived...".
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