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Navajo Hand Etched Turquoise Horse Hair Wedding Vase Indian POTTERY by NATIVE AMERICAN artist Hilda Whitegoat  
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This is Navajo Pottery at its absolute finest. Made by Hilda Whitegoat. The Whitegoats are some of the best Indian potters in the world. It took a lot of skill to create a pot like this one. This is an art lover's delight. Yes, they actually use horse hair in the firing of this pottery. This is a great collectible for that unusual piece of southwest art. The horse hair creates a dazzling, erratic pattern that's absolutely unpredictable. Each horse hair pot is indeed a true one of a kind. This pottery features traditional southwestern hand etched designs. The intricacy of these hand etched prayer feather designs is truly incredible. This is a remarkable work of art. This one is dressed with two cabs of Turquoise. This pottery is ~10-1/2" tall, ~7-1/2" wide, ~21" in circumference, and it has a pair of ~1" wide openings. Signed by the Navajo artist Hilda Whitegoat.

We understand the true value and nature of hand crafted Indian art. And, we recognize it’s important to know that the artist is truly a member of a Native American tribe. So, to ensure you that this is the real deal, a Certificate of Authenticity has been included with this item.

 

$429.00
 

ACOMA Hand Etched Kachina INDIAN POTTERY by Native American artists Romero  
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This one is for the art lover with refined tastes. This is an incredible, high quality hand coiled pot with delicate thin walls. This pottery is a product of the old Acoma pueblo of Sky City, New Mexico (known as Aak'u to the Native American locals). Aak'u is the oldest city in the United States. It is truly an old pueblo, it sits high on a mesa 5,000 feet above sea level, and it has no electricity or running water. This one was hand painted by a master artist. The traditional hand painted, hand etched designs are perfect. The hand etched traditional image of a dancing Hemis Kachina dresses the side. This Acoma Indian pot is 11-1/4" tall, 9-3/4" wide, 39-1/4" in circumference, and it has a 5-1/2" wide opening. Signed on the bottom by the Acoma Indian artists M & R Romero (Mike and Robin Romero).

We understand the true value and nature of hand crafted Indian art. And, we recognize it’s important to know that the artist is truly a member of a Native American tribe. So, to ensure you that this is the real deal, a Certificate of Authenticity has been included with this item.

 

$629.00
 

Large ACOMA Pueblo Hand Etched Kachina INDIAN POTTERY by Native American artists Romero  
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This one is for the art lover with refined tastes. This is an incredible, high quality hand coiled pot with delicate thin walls. This pottery is a product of the old Acoma pueblo of Sky City, New Mexico (known as Aak'u to the Native American locals). Aak'u is the oldest city in the United States. It is truly an old pueblo, it sits high on a mesa 5,000 feet above sea level, and it has no electricity or running water. This one was hand painted by a master artist. The traditional hand painted, hand etched designs are perfect. The hand etched traditional image of a Kokopelli deity dresses the side. This Acoma Indian pot is 11-1/4" tall, 11-1/2" wide, 40-1/4" in circumference, and it has a 3-3/8" wide opening. Signed on the bottom by the Acoma Indian artists M & R Romero (Mike and Robin Romero).

We understand the true value and nature of hand crafted Indian art. And, we recognize it’s important to know that the artist is truly a member of a Native American tribe. So, to ensure you that this is the real deal, a Certificate of Authenticity has been included with this item.

 

$629.00
 

Navajo FOUR CORNERS INDIAN POTTERY by Native American artist Harding  
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This beautiful piece of art reflects the "Navajo Four Corners", with four symmetrical sides.

An art lovers delight. It is amazing how they can sit there and hand etch these pots perfectly without any pre-planning or measuring tools. This is not a paint by numbers pot! This is truly top of the line Navajo pottery. This incredible pottery has been made from natural ceramic clay. The clay was then soaked in water until it reached a workable consistency. The clay was then worked and hand coiled. The artist then hand etched traditional designs into the walls. The pot was then wood fired and masterfully painted by hand. It is ~10-1/2" tall, ~10" wide, ~35" in circumference, with a ~2-3/4" wide opening. Signed on the bottom by the Navajo Indian artist Nicholus Harding.

We understand the true value and nature of hand crafted Indian art. And, we recognize it’s important to know that the artist is truly a member of a Native American tribe. So, to ensure you that this is the real deal, a Certificate of Authenticity has been included with this item.

 

$719.20
 

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