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Native American Pottery - In the Beginning

Pottery, along with basketmaking, is one of the earliest craft activities of tribal cultures. From Africa to Papua New Guinea, pots were created for utilitarian purposes. Pots were used for storage, cooking and to carry seeds and foods. Native American Pueblo societies built pots for all of these purposes.
With time to create pots of various sizes, Pueblo indians began to add designs to their creations.

The earliest Pueblo pottery designs from Native American artisans were thumbprints and corrugations. Later, colored clay slips were used for painted designs of creatures and geometric symbols on pots. The designs appear to have been intended both to honor mythological figures and game, and to satisfy the human need for beautiful objects.

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Quality Acoma Pueblo pottery
Acoma Pottery

Acoma pottery, Isleta pottery
Acoma Isleta Pottery

Choctaw pottery, Kickapoo pottery, Sioux pottery
Choctaw, Kickapoo, Sioux Pottery

Authentic Hopi pottery
Hopi Potteryi

Jemez Pueblo pottery bowls and figures
Jemez Pottery
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Navajo Collector-grade pottery
Navajo Pottery Page One


Hand-made Navajo pottery
Navajo Pottery Page Two


Inspired Laguna Pueblo pottery
Laguna Pottery
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San Ildefonso Pueblo fine pottery
San Ildefonso Pottery


Traditional Santa Clara Pueblo pottery
Santa Clara Pottery Page One

Santa Clara Pueblo traditonal pottery
Santa Clara Pottery Page Two

Taos Pueblo pottery, San Juan Okeh Owenge Pueblo pottery, Santo Domingo Kewa Pueblo pottery
Taos, San Juan
Santo Domingo Pottery


Zuni Pueblo pottery
Zuni Pottery


Jemez Pueblo pottery storytellers
Jemez storytellers 1


Pueblo Pottery storytellers from Cochiti Taos and Acoma
Cochiti, Taos, Acoma storytellers 2


Pueblo Pottery storytellers from respected Jemez pottery artists
Jemez storytellers 3


Cochiti and Kewa Pueblo Pottery storytellers
Cochiti, Kewa storytellers 4


Reverent and joyful Pueblo pottery nativity sets
Pottery nativity Sets


Village of Mata Ortiz pottery from Mexico
Village of Mata Ortiz Pottery

Pueblo Pottery links
Pueblo Pottery Resources

 

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And now a testimonial or two:

"I wanted to let you know that the package arrived in Baltimore, probably on Tuesday - I picked it up on Wednesday.
Santa and kitty and friends have arrived, safe and sound, and I love them! I'm so glad you were
willing to negotiate on the price. Very much appreciated. It's
been a pleasure doing business with you and I will certainly keep an eye on your website(s) going forward."

"I just wanted to tell you that
the Mary Small buffalo arrived
and it is absolutely fantastic, unusual, and an incredible addition to our Mary Small collection. Both of you are stupendous buyers with an eye for excellence, creativity, and uniqueness. So thrilled that I found your website. " - FK

Susanne, Thanks for the wonderful service! Yes - I'll be back.
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Hi. The Storyteller arrived late last week in perfect condition. We like it very much! Thank you for working with us. - SD 

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