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NATIVE AMERICAN HUMMINGBIRD POTTERY VASE BY ARNOLD BROWN NAVAJO

Amazing details and colors!  Navajo potter Arnold Brown made this gorgeous pottery vase. The prepared cast clay pot is hand etched with a hummingbird, flowers, and geometric designs.  Then the vase is hand painted and kiln fired.  Signed 7  3/4” tall x 5  1/8″ long x 5  1/8″ wide Although...
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POTTERY WEDDING VASE BY FREDDIE SMITH NATIVE AMERICAN

Navajo potter Freddie Smith created this wonderful pottery wedding vase.  Great patterns are etched and painted on the wedding vase.   When traditional Navajo pottery was used for water storage it was covered with a pinon pitch to waterproof it.  Thus, you see the distinctive gloss varnish.  Certain shapes of...
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POTTERY STORYTELLER BY ANISSA FRAGUA JEMEZ PUEBLO

This wonderfully painted storyteller was handmade by Jemez Pueblo potter Anissa Fragua and depicts a woman holding a child and a wedding basket.  Anissa uses both the coil method and pinch method to create her pottery piece and as in traditional storytellers, Anissa’s storytellers have their mouths open.  Storytellers represent the...
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HORSEHAIR POTTERY WEDDING VASE BY MARJORIE JOE NAVAJO

This wonderful pottery wedding vase was created by Navajo potter Marjorie Joe.  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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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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JUDY TOYA POTTERY CORN MAIDEN JEMEZ PUEBLO

Judy Toya is the daughter of renowned storyteller artist, Mary E. Toya.  Judy also makes traditional storytellers, as well as nativities and koshares.  Made out of natural clay, this delightful corn maiden is wonderfully painted with different colors of corn and corn husks painted on her back.  An unique addition...
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NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO ETCHED POTTERY BY DINA LEONARD

This fabulous pot was created by Navajo potter Dina Leonard.  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.  Signed 4 ...
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KOLOWISI POTTERY BY AGNES PEYNETSA ZUNI

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...
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JEMEZ POTTERY STORYTELLER BY ANISSA FRAGUA

This wonderfully painted storyteller was handmade by Jemez Pueblo potter Anissa Fragua and depicts a woman holding a child and a wedding basket.  Anissa uses both the coil method and pinch method to create her pottery piece and as in traditional storytellers, Anissa’s storytellers have their mouths open.  Storytellers represent the...
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POTTERY VASE WITH A SUN FACE BY GERI VAIL NATIVE AMERICAN

Navajo potter Geri Vail hand crafted this wonderful horsehair pottery bowl.   Great shape, with etched Sun Face design.  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 one...
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