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Navajo pottery bowl traditional pitch unsigned Native American Indian pot

Navajo pottery bowl traditional pitch unsigned Native American Indian pot

Navajo.  Really neat technique of hand rubbing they use to get the high-gloss finish.

Really neat technique of hand rubbing they use to get the high-gloss finish.

native american imagery and art | ... Gallery - Zia Pueblo Polychrome Jar, Southwest Native American Art

Created at Acoma Pueblo by Martina Pino (b. matriarch of the distinguished Pino Family, leading artists of the Zia Pueblo pottery tradition, during the first third of the Century.

Hopi Pueblo Pottery. Pottery has evolved from a purely functional piece to a highly formed and stylised piece of art. Traditional Hopi pottery is generally divided into three phases:Phase I through III 800 – 1300 A.D; 2nd: 1400-1600 AD; and the 3rd: The revival 1870-now.

Hopi pottery by Rainy Naha, Hopi-Tewa. This jar shows the Hopi Butterfly Maiden on the front, and back. In Hopi, this is the Palhik Mana, and she appears in many of the Hopi social dances held during the winter months.

Early and Large Southwest Polychrome Pottery Olla, Zuni, American Indian Pottery, Circa 1900

Early and Large Southwest Polychrome Pottery Olla, Zuni, American Indian Pottery, Circa 1900

Amerindian potteryMark Wayne Garcia

Original Native American Indian pottery art by Mark Wayne Garcia, Pueblo, Santa Domingo, New Mexico. A beautiful hand painted coiled clay pot

Kewa (Santo Domingo) Pottery Olla, Bird to Man Transformation Design circa 1890

Kewa (Santo Domingo) Pueblo design (my jewelry from this pueblo is my all time favorite to wear!

ancient native american pottery | Ancient Native American Indian Southwestern Pottery, Ol

Ancient Native American Indian Southwestern Pottery, Older Museum markings on bottom.(Large) [Height/Length (in)= Width Depth (in)=N/A, Weight With C. signed by Chief Joe Dan Osceola & Seminole Tribe.

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