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Kewa potter Ryland Bailon hand crafted this lovely tree ornament. Traditionally made and fired using an outdoor kiln.  Alluring colors and patterns.  This pottery wreath ornament would be a wonderful addition to your collection of Native American art or pottery.  3  1/8″ long x 2  3/4″ wide Potters of the...
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POTTERY STORYTELLER BY PHYLLIS NEZ NATIVE AMERICAN

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NAVAJO POTTERY WEDDING VASE BY VICTORIA TSOSIE

This colorful pottery wedding vase was created by Navajo potter Victoria Tsosie.  Navajo pottery is is made through a process by which clay is poured into a mold, hand painted and hand etched by the potter, and then fired in a kiln.  Each piece of pottery is beautiful and unique. ...
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EAGLE POTTERY VASE BY ARNOLD BROWN NAVAJO

Navajo potter Arnold Brown hand crafted this magnificent pottery vase.  The prepared cast clay pot is hand etched with great eagle and geometric designs.  Then the vase is hand painted and kiln fired.  Signed 5” tall x 4  1/4″ long x 4  1/4″ wide Although Navajo potters learned the art...
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NATIVE AMERICAN JEMEZ POTTERY VASE BY BRENDA TAFOYA

Award-winning contemporary potter Brenda Tafoya from Jemez Pueblo hand crafted this pottery vase.  Brenda used her “melon cut” style with sgraffito design to create this breathtaking vessel.  At 10 years old Brenda began making pottery, learning from her  mother, famed potter Vangie Tafoya.  Brenda uses three different colors of slip...
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NATIVE AMERICAN ACOMA POTTERY WEDDING VASE BY JOYCE LENO

This handmade wedding vase from Acoma potter Joyce Leno showcases the vibrant personality of her work.  Created through traditional methods, the vase was entirely made by hand, from the gathering of clay to painting and firing.   Joyce was born into the Acoma Pueblo in 1952.  She is the daughter...
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ACOMA POTTERY VASE BY LORETTA JOE NATIVE AMERICAN

Brilliantly constructed by hand from natural clay, this polychrome pot is covered in intricate designs.  Acoma potter, Loretta Joe made this beautiful pot.  A unique addition to any pottery or Native American art collection.  Signed 6  1/2” tall x 8  1/8″ long x 8  1/8″ wide Artist card included Acoma...
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NAVAJO HUMMINGBIRD POTTERY VASE BY PAUL LANSING

Navajo potter Paul Lansing hand crafted this beautiful pottery vase.  Amazing colors!  The prepared cast clay pot is hand etched with a hummingbird, flower, and geometric designs.  Then the vase is hand painted and kiln fired.  Signed 3  3/4″ x 4  1/4″ x 4  1/4″ Although Navajo potters learned the...
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NAVAJO POTTERY VASE BY LARRISENA MANYGOATS

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NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO HORSEHAIR POTTERY BY HANNAH JAY

Navajo potter Hannah Jay made this beautiful horsehair pot with an etched rose and turquoise stone.  When firing the green ware and it is about 1600 degrees, horsehair is thrown on the pot. The horsehair burns when it touches the hot pottery, creating the unique marble effect. Each piece is...
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