Zuni potter, Agnes Peynetsa hand crafted this exquisite pot using traditional techniques of hand coiling and outdoor kiln firing.¬† Incorporating natural colors of red, black, and white, there is a Kolowisi with geometric designs painted on him.¬† The Kolowisi is a feathered or horned water serpent that is highly sacred because he is hero in Zuni because he saved the Zuni people from the flood.¬† The Kolowisi is the guardian of the water sources and can move around in aquifers and into Zuni River, Salt Lake, or any body of water.¬† A unique addition is any pottery or Native American art collection.¬† Signed
5‚ÄĚ tall x 4¬† 3/4‚Ä≥ long x 4¬† 1/8‚Ä≥ wide
Zuni Pueblo is the largest pueblo in New Mexico, and because of its location, Zuni is the most traditional.¬† Continuing to make jewelry, fetishes, and pottery, most of the people of Zuni are artists.¬† Zuni jewelry makers are known for lapidary skills including inlay, needlepoint, and petit point work.
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