Native american pottery

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For Sale on 1stDibs - A large authentic vintage Native American southwestern antique pottery bowl from Cochiti Pueblo, early 20th century (circa 1920). Polychrome (three color) Antiques, Pottery, African Pottery, Pueblo Pottery, Native American Pottery, Southwest Pottery, Mexican Pottery, Antique Pottery, American Ceramics

About A large authentic vintage Native American southwestern antique pottery bowl from Cochiti Pueblo, early 20th century (circa 1920). Polychrome (three color) dough bowl form constructed by hand of earthenware and painted in a traditional Cochiti floriate design with slip glazes. Cochiti Pueblo is located approximately 40 minutes west of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Cochiti are a Keresan-speaking tribe, and their pueblo is located on the west bank of the Rio Grande, about 35 miles southwest…

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Kim Farr Walker
American Indian Pottery, American Indian Art, Native American Art, American Indians, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Pottery Art, Carillons Diy, Ethno Design

Choice examples of Acoma pottery with traditional designs and colors. Photo taken at the Indian Fair and Market, Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona, March 2010. The Acoma pueblo, located in New mexico about 40 miles east of Albuquerque, is said to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the United States, with evidence dating it back to 1150 A.D.

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Angela Rueber
Native American Baskets, Native American Pottery, Native American Artists, Native American History, Native American Indians, Native American Decor, Indian Baskets, Pine Needle Baskets, Woven Baskets

These few women, and many more like them across America, have taken the creative gifts of their ancestors to weave a legacy of beautiful and fine art work in basket making. Their baskets are now treasured pieces of art work in private collections , museums, and historical societies.

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Polly Lemelin