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Pueblo Pottery


Pottery from Zuni, Santo Domingo, Zia, San Juan, San Ildefonso and Navajo artists including Anderson Peynetsa, Thomas Tenorio, Nancy Chilly, Alan Lasiloo, Ralph Aragon, Carlos Laate, Deldrick Cellicion and more.

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Navajo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Ken and Irene White


This is a piece of pine pitch pottery from Navajo artists, Ken and Irene White. When traditional Navajo pottery was used for water storage it was covered with pine pitch to waterproof the piece. This carved and painted pot is signed.


4 5/8" Tall, 4 5/8" Wide


Suggested Retail $175.00 / Your Price: $135.00


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Navajo Etched Pottery


by Aaron Davis


Navajo etched pottery is the most recent (and most popular) form to emerge from the Navajo potters. Each piece is pour molded and then painted on a wheel in various colors. Depending on the colors that emerge, different patterns and designs are hand etched along the colors. Once the designs have been etched in to the pot, it goes in to the firing process. Signed by the artist.


4 5/8" Tall, 6 1/8" Wide


Suggested Retail $80.00 / Your Price: $60.00


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Zuni Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Randy Nahohai


This large pot was crafted by renowned Zuni potter Randy Nahohai. It is hand painted with Randy's deer figures underneath traditional kiva step and fine line designs. He added mica flecks to the paint for a shimmering effect. Signed and dated by Randy.

 

7 7/8" Tall, 8 1/2" Wide


Suggested Retail $1350.00 / Your Price: $1000.00


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Zuni Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Jaycee Nahohai


This large pot was crafted by renowned Zuni potter Jaycee Nahohai son of Randy Nahohai. Jaycee recently spent a month in Japan learning ancient Japanese potting techniques to use in his own work. This hand coiled and hand painted piece is signed and dated by Randy.

 

4 5/8" Tall, 6" Wide


Suggested Retail $425.00 / Your Price: $320.00


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Navajo Etched Pottery


by Rick and Mary Etsitty


Navajo etched pottery is the most recent (and most popular) form to emerge from the Navajo potters. Each piece is pour molded and then painted on a wheel in various colors. Depending on the colors that emerge, different patterns and designs are hand etched along the colors. Once the designs have been etched in to the pot, it goes in to the firing process. Signed by the artist.


7 3/4" Tall, 6" Wide


Suggested Retail $225.00 / Your Price: $168.00


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Zia Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Marcellus & Elizabeth Medina


Elizabeth and Marcellus Medina are both wonderful artists who come from different traditions. Marcellus was born into the Zia Pueblo in 1954 and is a fine self-taught painter. Elizabeth was born into the Jemez Pueblo in 1956 and learned to pot from her mother-in-law, Sofia Medina. Elizabeth is probably the finest of all traditional Zia potters working clay today.


Marcellus is a wonderful painter and often decorates their pots with his Pueblo dancers. This large piece is hand coiled and painted with all natural slips. Marcellus painted his eagle and deer dancers accented by humming birds and prayer feather designs. Signed by the artists.


2 3/4" Tall, 2 3/4" Wide


Suggested Retail $260.00 / Your Price: $195.00


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Zia Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Marcellus & Elizabeth Medina


Elizabeth and Marcellus Medina are both wonderful artists who come from different traditions. Marcellus was born into the Zia Pueblo in 1954 and is a fine self-taught painter. Elizabeth was born into the Jemez Pueblo in 1956 and learned to pot from her mother-in-law, Sofia Medina. Elizabeth is probably the finest of all traditional Zia potters working clay today.


Marcellus is a wonderful painter and often decorates their pots with his Pueblo dancers. This large piece is hand coiled and painted with all natural slips. Marcellus painted his Yei dancers accented by humming birds and prayer feather designs. Signed by the artists.


4 1/4" Tall, 3 1/4" Wide


Suggested Retail $320.00 / Your Price: $240.00


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Santa Clara Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Erik Fender


Erik Fender, Than Tsideh “Sunbird”, was born in 1970 into the San Ildefonso Pueblo. He specializes in traditional and contemporary blackware pottery. He started the art of pottery making by watching his grandmother, Carmelita Dunlap, as she would hand coil and hand paint her traditional black -on-black pottery. As he grew older, he started to experiment more with various techniques and clays. His style progressed from the traditional black-on-black pottery to an innovated two tone, black-on-red, separated by sgraffito low relief carving. He also makes beautiful polychrome pots and presently he specializes in green-on-black pots. He harvests his clumps of raw clay from the sacred grounds within the San Ildefonso Pueblo, then, Erik breaks the clumps of clay to a fine powder substance and mixes it with volcanic ash and water, once that process is complete he hand coils snake like forms and begins to construct his vessel. When the vessel is built it is set out to dry. Once it has dried he sands it down to smooth out the surface. He stone polishes and hand paints his designs with all natural paints which are all boiled from native vegetation grown in the Pueblo. He is related to Martha Appleleaf Fendor (mother), Carmelita Dunlap (grandmother), Linda Dunlap (aunt), Jeannie Mountain Flower Dunlap (aunt), and Carlos Dunlap (grandfather). He signs his pottery as Than Tsideh which means “Sunbird”.


6 1/4" Tall, 4 1/2" Wide


Suggested Retail $800.00 / Your Price: $595.00


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San Ildefonso Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Brenda Fender


San Ildefonso Pueblo artist Brenda Fender hand coiled this elegant vase. It is stone polished and painted with a green slip in traditional designs. Signed by the artist.


5 3/8" Tall, 5 1/4" Wide


Suggested Retail $745.00 / Your Price: $550.00


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Navajo Etched Pottery Wedding Vase


by Rick and Mary Etsitty


Navajo etched pottery is the most recent (and most popular) form to emerge from the Navajo potters. Each piece is pour molded and then painted on a wheel in various colors. Depending on the colors that emerge, different patterns and designs are hand etched along the colors. Once the designs have been etched in to the pot, it goes in to the firing process. Signed by the artist.


9" Tall, 6 1/4" Wide


Suggested Retail $200.00 / Your Price: $150.00


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Zia Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Marcellus & Elizabeth Medina


Elizabeth and Marcellus Medina are both wonderful artists who come from different traditions. Marcellus was born into the Zia Pueblo in 1954 and is a fine self-taught painter. Elizabeth was born into the Jemez Pueblo in 1956 and learned to pot from her mother-in-law, Sofia Medina. Elizabeth is probably the finest of all traditional Zia potters working clay today.


Marcellus is a wonderful painter and often decorates their pots with his Pueblo dancers. This large piece is hand coiled and painted with all natural slips. Marcellus painted his Eagle dancer accented by butterflies and bird designs. Signed by the artists.


5 1/4" Tall, 5 1/4" Wide


Suggested Retail $600.00 / Your Price: $450.00


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Navajo Etched Pottery


by Rick and Mary Etsitty


Navajo etched pottery is the most recent (and most popular) form to emerge from the Navajo potters. Each piece is pour molded and then painted on a wheel in various colors. Depending on the colors that emerge, different patterns and designs are hand etched along the colors. Once the designs have been etched in to the pot, it goes in to the firing process. Signed by the artist.


6 3/4" Tall, 4 3/4" Wide


Suggested Retail $105.00 / Your Price: $80.00


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San Juan Pueblo Pottery


by Brenda Correa


Brenda Correa is a Native American artist from the San Juan pueblo. She specializes in black on black pottery that is hand painted and then fired three times at 2000 degrees. She has added turquoise to this piece as well. Brenda is the daughter of well know potter, Maria Adelecia. This piece is signed by Brenda with her trademark Bear Paw.


4 1/4" Tall, 4 7/8" Wide


Suggested Retail $99.00 / Your Price: $75.00


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Navajo Etched Pottery


by Rick and Mary Etsitty


Navajo etched pottery is the most recent (and most popular) form to emerge from the Navajo potters. Each piece is pour molded and then painted on a wheel in various colors. Depending on the colors that emerge, different patterns and designs are hand etched along the colors. Once the designs have been etched in to the pot, it goes in to the firing process. Signed by the artist.


3 3/4" Tall, 7 7/8" Wide


Suggested Retail $135.00 / Your Price: $105.00


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Navajo Etched Pottery


by Rick and Mary Etsitty


Navajo etched pottery is the most recent (and most popular) form to emerge from the Navajo potters. Each piece is pour molded and then painted on a wheel in various colors. Depending on the colors that emerge, different patterns and designs are hand etched along the colors. Once the designs have been etched in to the pot, it goes in to the firing process. Signed by the artist.


6" Tall, 7 3/4" Wide


Suggested Retail $175.00 / Your Price: $135.00


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