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RYLAND BAILON POTTERY BELL ORNAMENT SANTO DOMINGO

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Kewa potter Ryland Bailon made this delightful bell ornament. Traditionally made and fired using an outdoor kiln.  Alluring colors and patterns.  This pottery bell ornament would be a wonderful addition to your collection of Native American art or pottery. 

3″ long x 2  7/8″ wide

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Weight .5 lbs
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