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Mailing Address: Mission Del Rey 2200 N. Yarbrough Dr. Suite B #177 El Paso, TX 79925
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We operate the Mission Del Rey among the Tarahumara Indians. Your purchase of our unique hand-crafted items helps an indigenous family as they work to earn a better standard of living. At the Mission, located in the heart of the Sierra Madre of northern Mexico, the Indian people create hand crafts for sale. We call it “Helping Hands.”
The Tarahumara are a proud people that have endured many hardships. They lead very rough and often difficult lives. They are teetering between their traditional lifestyle and assimilation into the Mexican culture. Unfortunately, they are somewhat stuck between the two and often live hand to mouth. Hunger and exposure are too well known among the people.
By being able to continue their traditional crafts, they preserve their cultural roots and their dignity as they work to provide for their families. Thank you, for having a part in making a difference in their lives.
Mission Del Rey produces southwest rawhide lamp shades. Leather and rawhide lampshades are handcrafted and fabulous for rustic western home, cabin, lodge or ranch lighting. We have shades from small chandelier size to large floor lamp size. Lamp shades made of rawhide with their hand stitching and warm color make wonderful decoration lampshades and go well with any desk lamp, table lamp, floor lamp, chandelier, wall sconce or antler lamp.
We are also creators of southwestern lamps, table lamps, desk lamps, floor lamps, wall lamps,
sconces, chandeliers, wood lamps, designer lamps and Indian drum lamps and Indian pottery lamps.
Our rustic lighting is great for reproduction lighting and country or primitive settings, with handcrafted lamps, southwest lamps, wooden
lamps, Indian drum and pottery lamps as well as wrought iron and antler lamps. Our cabin lighting and lodge lighting lamps and shades are excellent lighting accessories for rustic furniture and any choice of rustic decor, western or southwestern decor, lodge, cabin or country decor and are especially well suited for log home lighting.
The Mission Del Rey's artisans hand craft each piece bringing years of experience and quality in lighting design and interior lighting. Our lamps and shades are made of real materials by real craftsman who bring a rekindled spirit to rustic lighting through traditional skills. We supply dealers and stores across the country. Buy lamps and shades direct from our website and save money on the best in Southwest Lighting.
Through our "Helping Hands" program, Indigenous Indian families lives are enriched. The internet provides a unique avenue to offer their beautiful and unique hand-crafts. By helping them make their traditional hand-crafts accessible, we are also preserving their rich culture while at the same time helping them work to earn a better standard of living. Our Indian families are grateful to have the opportunity to market their crafts and our customers are thrilled with the authentic items we offer.
Imported Products: In addition to our Tarahumara Indian handcrafts, we also offer classic southwest products from artists and craftsmen in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas among others as well as other popular imported items. Any reference to Native American, American Indian, Indian or names of tribes in titles or descriptions are used to describe style and patterns only and do not imply origin or authenticity unless identified with the artist's name and tribe in the product listing. This is to honor the work of native Americans and to protect their work by identifying the artist.
The Mission Del Rey and the Tarahumara Indians are located in Northern Mexico. To avoid misunderstandings about origin and authenticity, we declare our products are imported, not produced by Native Americans. They are not Indian produced, an Indian product or the product of a particular Indian, Indian tribe or Indian arts and crafts organization as defined by 2.5 USC & 305 et seq. Learn More.