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Steel Rod Included. Approx 42cm Height

Vessel in the Form of a Deer Impersonator

Vessel in the Form of a Deer Impersonator | The Art Institute of Chicago

Moche, 100 B.C./A.D. 500

Southwestern Indian pottery hand made by Laguna potter Calvin Analla Jr, for sale by Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery in Santa Fe, NM

Calvin Analla Jr. Laguna Pueblo

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CHANCAY National Museum of the American Indian : Item Detail

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Pueblo Indian Pottery

While relying on the tourism market for income, many contemporary New Mexican artists use their work as a way of reaffirming old cultural values. Black, polished and carved pottery by Indians at Santa Clara Pueblo is still done by families, but also as individuals as a means of individual self expression.

Zoomorphic vessel w/ shape of a small Bear or a Hedgehog? holding a bowl-terracotta-early Cycladic, Keros-Syros culture- ca.

Plastic vase in the shape of an animal, a little bear or a hedgehog, holding a bowl. Chalandriani, Syros. Early Cycladic II period, Keros-Syros Culture (2800-2300 BC).

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Nampeyo All near Adobe House, Potter(Hopi Tewa) in Native Dress n.d by William Henry Jackson

Severa Tafoya, Santa Clara Indian Pottery Maker, New Mexico, 1935 Mehr American Indian Pottery, Native American Pottery, American Ceramics

Severa Tafoya, Santa Clara Indian Pottery Maker, New Mexico

Rabbit

Rabbit

Native American Santo Domingo Pottery Drum Jar 31 NATIVE AMERICAN SANTO DOMINGO Pottery DRUM JAR, compressed globular form with flaring rim, featuring red and black floral decoration on a cream slip click now for more info.

Native American Santo Domingo Pottery Drum Jar #31

Native American Santo Domingo Pottery Drum Jar #31

Mimbre culture Native American // Snite Museum of Art // University of Notre Dame American Art, American Indian Pottery, Ceramics, Literature Art, American Ceramics, Art, Ancient Art, Native Pottery, Ancient Artifacts

Native American // Snite Museum of Art

The Snite Museum of Art provides opportunities to enjoy, respond to, learn from, and be inspired by original works of art. As a department of the University of Notre Dame, the Museum supports teaching and research, creates and shares knowledge, celebrates diversity through the visual arts, serves the local community, and explores spiritual dimensions of art.

A large Zuni polychrome frog jar, with three wonderfully large red frogs. This jar is in good condition with some repair. American Art, Zuni Pottery, Tribal Art, Indian Art, American Ceramics, Art, Ancient Art, Native Pottery, Ancient Artifacts

Native American Antiques Historic Pueblo Pottery Steve Elmore Indian Art

Native American Antiques, historic pueblo pottery, kachinas, Indian baskets, old pawn jewelry, Navajo weavings and textiles, other Tribal art and Contemporary Paintings by Steve Elmore all at Steve Elmore Indian Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico.