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Satin and Wool Vest



We are proud to feature Melinda Broncheau’s handmade vest in our July Northwest Native American Designer Showcase. This beautiful piece is crafted from wool and satin, and is finished off with an adjustable strap on the back. Be sure to check out our showcase for more beautiful pieces like this one!


“My inspiration comes from my family, particularly my mother and grandmother who have both passed on. My grandmother Ruby McFarland taught me how to bead and weave when I was a young girl, my mother Lois Broncheau showed my how to make regalia for my children as we traveled the PowWow trail. My grandmother had a small craft and supply shop in her home, I would like to continue that legacy with Ruby’s. I enjoy making roses and flowers, roses was one of my family favorite designs on both my mother and fathers side, along with geometrics. I feel almost the simpler designs make the most beautiful accents to my work. I am a Umatilla/Nez Perce Native enrolled with the Umatilla Tribe.” -Melinda Broncheau

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The history of the Hamley & Co. Western Store began in Cornwall, England, where the trade of saddle and leather craftsmanship was passed down from generation to generation. The Hamley tradition found its way to America and in 1883, J.J. and Henry Hamley established Hamley & Co. In 1905, Hamley & Co. found a permanent home in Pendleton, Oregon and set up shop in the same building that exists today.

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