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NAVAJO POTTERY WEDDING VASE BY LORRAINE WILLIAMS NATIVE AMERICAN

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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 5  1/4″ x 5  1/8″ x 5  1/8″ Although Navajo potters learned the...
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NAVAJO HUMMINGBIRD POTTERY WEDDING VASE BY PAUL LANSING

Navajo potter Paul Lansing hand crafted this beautiful pottery wedding 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 7  7/8″ x 5  5/8″ x 5  5/8″ Although Navajo potters learned...
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POTTERY WEDDING VASE BY MARJORIE JOE NAVAJO

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