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Native American Pottery

Pottery has a long tradition amongst the Indian tribes of Northern America. Especially the Pueblos have been making clay vessels for daily use and ceremonies for many generations. Today the majority of items are produced for a steadily growing collector's market. With the increasing demand the quality and artistry of ceramic goods has dramatically improved over the past years. Many potters have begun to experiment with new materials and techniques, and the masters of the trade create - still only using their hands - most impressive artifacts. The most famous pottery items today are made by the Hopi, the pueblos of Acoma, Zia, Jemez, Santa Clara, San Ildefonso, Cochiti, as well as in the village of Mata Ortiz in the Casas Grandes region in Northern Mexico.

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Id: PO -1

Nation: Acoma

Price:

€10.00

Item: Miniature Bowl

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Id: PO -2

Nation: Acoma

Price:

€155.00

Item: Bowl

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Id: PO -3

Nation: Mata Ortiz

Price:

€125.00

Item: Pot

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Id: PO -4

Nation: Mata Ortiz

Price:

€125.00

Item: Snake Jar

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Id: PO -5

Nation: Mata Ortiz

Price:

€55.00

Item: Vase

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Id: PO -6

Nation: Mata Ortiz

Price:

€175.00

Item: Multi-colored Pot

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Id: PO -7

Nation: Mata Ortiz

Price:

€85.00

Item: Pot

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Id: PO -8

Nation: Zuni

Price:

€120.00

Item: Lizzard Pot

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Id: PO -9

Nation: Jemez

Price:

€130.00

Item: Butterfly Pot

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Id: PO -10

Nation: Zuni

Price:

€120.00

Item: Lizzard Pot

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