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This little black on red seed pot made by Acoma potter Caroline Lucario* has a simple and pleasing design. Measuring 2" high x 2-1/2" wide, the piece is signed by the artist. Sorry, no gift wrap is available for this item. $71.25

Hand made and painted Acoma seed pot
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a1086 Acoma Seed Pot $71.25

Navajo potter Yolanda LaMone’s singing maiden doll is made from natural clay and hand painted in terra cotta/multi with traditional symbols for corn, wind, a rattle and feathers. Signed by the artist, she measures about 4-3/4" high. Sorry, no gift wrap is available for this item. Click on the image to see a larger picture. Pop-ups must be enabled. $75.00

a3386 LaMone terra cotta/multi pottery singing maiden doll
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a3386 Singing Maiden Doll $75.00

This finely detailed etched buffalo pot by Navajo potter Doreen Lansing measures just 3" high x 3-3/4" across. The piece has a variety of patterns etched and painted in white, black and turquoise on red clay. Signed by the artist. Sorry, no gift wrap is available for this item. Please note: A USPS $10.35 fragile fee must be added to the shipping costs. Shipping charges for this item will be actual shipping and insurance. Because we can't calculate the shipping for this item in advance, please email us your zip code for shipping costs. When you are ready to buy, give us a call at (800) 952-5214 or we can email you an invoice linked to our shopping cart. $175.00

3" high buffalo pot 3" high buffalo pot, back view
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a1095 Navajo etched buffalo pot $175.00

*About Caroline Lucario:
 To make these pots Acoma potter Caroline Lucario gathers, cleans and tempers her clay, then shapes and paints each piece with loving care using a yucca brush. The pottery is fired in a commercial kiln belonging to Acoma Pueblo. Caroline and her work have been featured in several articles on Pueblo pottery.

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