National Museum of the American Indian
Slide 0: Judy Lewis Wedding Vase
Judy Lewis Wedding Vase
Part of Pueblo life for centuries, wedding vases—like this one-of-a-kind Judy Lewis Bird Wedding Vase—are considered sacred among tribal members. Award winning potter Judy Lewis of the Acoma Pueblo hand coiled and pinched clays she unearthed at the Acoma Pueblo to create the contemporary shape of this wedding vase. She painted the traditional polychrome bird design with natural pigments before firing it over an open pit kiln. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico.
Slide 1: Lynette Teller Storytellers
Lynette Teller Storytellers
Made entirely by hand by Isleta Pueblo potter Lynette Teller, these one-of-a-kind Storytellers depict mothers holding children. Fashioned from hand-gathered Isleta Pueblo clay, these Lynette Teller Storytellers are hand painted with natural pigments. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico.
Slide 2: Rose Pacheco Deer Bowl
Rose Pacheco Deer Bowl
Made entirely by hand, this one-of-a-kind Rose Pacheco Deer Bowl is hand-coiled from locally gathered clays. The artist Rose Pacheco of the Santo Domingo Pueblo uses a yucca brush and natural pigments to paint her Deer Bowl before she pit fires it outdoors. An egg white finish imparts a glossy sheen. Though the bowl is contemporary, the deer motif is centuries-old. Handcrafted in New Mexico.
Slide 3: Santo Domingo 10-Strand Turquoise and Heishi Necklace
Santo Domingo 10-Strand Turquoise and Heishi Necklace
Ten strands of turquoise nuggets are interspersed with petite olive shell heishi beads. Santo Domingo Pueblo beaders Lisa Chavez and Pilar Lavato give this traditional Santo Domingo 10-Strand Turquoise and Heishi Necklace an updated twist with a button-and-leather closure. Sterling silver accents. Handmade in the U.S.A.
Slide 4: Pendleton Silver Bark Throw
Pendleton Silver Bark Throw
Curl up and unwind with a blue and silver throw blanket. It is woven by the iconic Pendleton Woolen Mills and features an American Indian-inspired pattern. The cozy and roomy jacquard throw is perfectly sized for afternoon naps or couch lounge sessions.
Slide 5: Pendleton Camel Windowpane Throw
Pendleton Camel Windowpane Throw
Reach for a sophisticated throw blanket that is a sofa standout. Woven by Pendleton Woolen Mills, this roomy and cozy Camel Windowpane Throw is made with ultra-soft superfine Merino wool in a chic windowpane print. It's brushed for a fleecy feeling you won't be able to resist wrapping up in.
Slide 6: Pendleton Fringe Pearl Throw
Pendleton Fringe Pearl Throw
Unwind with an ultra-cozy take on the traditional throw blanket. Woven with eco-wise washable wool by the iconic Pendleton Woolen Mills, this roomy plaid throw is impossibly soft and has fine details, like rolled European fringe and cushiony loft. This Fringe Pearl Throw makes a sophisticated addition to a sofa or bed when it's not in use.
Slide 7: Pendleton Acadia Throw
Pendleton Acadia Throw
Superfine Merino wool makes this throw blanket feel impossibly soft, and its bold stripes make it a standout. Woven by the iconic Pendleton Woolen Mills, this roomy blanket is brushed for a fleecy feel that dials up the warmth without sacrificing sophistication.
Slide 8: Silver Bark Stroller Blanket
Silver Bark Stroller Blanket
A soft and cozy stroller blanket bundles little ones up as they head out and explore the world. The cotton knit blanket has a beautiful Native American-inspired print that recalls similar designs found at the National Museum of the American Indian. This Silver Bark Stroller Blanket is backed with plush Sherpa fleece for extra warmth during stroller rides and cat naps alike.
Slide 9: Chief Joseph Child's Blanket
Chief Joseph Child's Blanket
Wrap little ones up in a cozy kid blanket made with meaning. Known as Chief Joseph's blanket, it evokes similar motifs found in the National Museum of the American Indian, and pays tribute to the use of blankets in Native American celebrations and culture. This Chief Joseph Child's Blanket is made with a super-soft wool and cotton blend woven by the iconic Pendleton Woolen Mills.
Slide 10: Woodland Neighbors Child's Blanket
Woodland Neighbors Child's Blanket
Sweet creatures stack up in this charming kids blanket. Inspired by similar motifs found in the National Museum of the American Indian, forest animals create a totem pole of cuteness in a perfectly kid-sized blanket. Its blend of soft and warm wool and cotton is woven by the iconic Pendleton Woolen Mills.
Slide 11: Shared Paths Hooded Towel
Shared Paths Hooded Towel
The sweet "Shared Paths" print features galloping animals and is reminiscent of designs found in the National Museum of the American Indian. This soft and roomy cotton Shared Paths Hooded Towel is woven by the iconic Pendleton Woolen Mills and will have your child dry in no time.