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All pottery shown below are made by Native American People from the United States.  All are signed unless otherwise noted.  Some are available with a photo and information about the artist.  All come with a certificate of authenticity.

 

 

DEERS POTTERY

by Noreen Simplicio - Zuni

Measures 6 1/4" tall x 6" wide

$1,200.00

 

 

ANASAZI GRAPHICS POTTERY

by Caroline Lucario - Acoma Pueblo "Sky City"

Measures 5" tall x 6" wide

$135.00

 

 

CARVED HORSEHAIR POTTERY

by Corrine Louis - Acoma Pueblo

Measures 5 1/2" tall x 5 1/2" wide

$84.00

 

 

 

HORSE HAIR POTTERY

Horse Hair Pottery is made by using the hair from the Tail and Mane of a Horse.  It is fired on the pottery using a special technique.  The process is very hazardous and time consuming.  Fine lines are created using the hair of the Mane of the Horse.  Thick lines are created using the hair of the Tail of the Horse.  After the pot is fired, it is polished with a smooth river rock.  No paint or glaze is used in the finish of the pot.  When firing and polishing are completed, deer or elk hide, stones or paintings may be applied to the pot.  Every pot is original and hand made.  The designs are all unique and have wonderful contrasting colors and styles.  Bring pride in the Native American Spirit into your home by displaying one of these beautiful Native American Indian pieces of pottery!

 

The Following Pottery is made by Tony Mirabal - Native American Artist from Taos Pueblo

Tony Mirabal is Uncle to Robert Mirabal - Award Winning Musician from Taos Pueblo - Tony Mirabal makes this pottery in his Pueblo shop in a coil or pinch pot method....without the benefit of running water or electricity....these pieces are all created by hand, one piece at a time.

  

 

 

Red Horsehair Pottery with Mica Flecks

Signed Tony Mirabal - Taos

4 1/2 " tall x 5" wide

$185.00

 

 

THE FOLLOWING POTTERY IS FROM A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT TRIBAL POTTERS

Mata Ortiz Black Ollita

by Lupe Soto

Bottom etched also with Frog Design

3" x 4 1/2" wide

$95.00

 

 

 

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