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Slide 0: Joseph Fragua Wedding Vase
Joseph Fragua Wedding Vase
$95.00
Part of Pueblo life for centuries, wedding vases—like this one-of-a-kind Wedding Vase—are considered sacred among tribal members. Artist Joseph Fragua shaped this vase by hand coiling and pinching special clays he unearthed at his Jemez Pueblo. Using a yucca plant stem as a brush, Fragua then hand painted his dragonfly motif with naturally tinted clay slips before firing it over an open pit kiln. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico.
 
Slide 1: Mary Antonio Seed Pot
Mary Antonio Seed Pot
Acoma Pueblo artist Mary Antonio formed this enchanting seed pot from coils of locally gathered clay. A one-of-a-kind work of art, she hand painted the complex geometric designs with naturally tinted clay slips. Finally, she fired the pot over an open pit kiln. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico.
 
Slide 2: Mary Antonio Seed Pot
Mary Antonio Seed Pot
$50.00
Acoma Pueblo artist Mary Antonio formed this fine-line seed pot from coils of locally gathered clay. A one-of-a-kind work of art, she hand painted the intricate designs with naturally tinted black and white clay slips. Finally, she fired the pot over an open pit kiln. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico.
 
Slide 3: Frederika Antonio Ceramic Latte Mug
Frederika Antonio Ceramic Latte Mug
$34.00
Replicating a beautiful, hand-coiled clay pot handcrafted by contemporary Acoma Pueblo artist Frederika Antonio, the intensely patterned design depicts intricate motifs originally hand painted with yucca brushes. Designed and printed in the U.S.A., the bottom of this made in China ceramic mug features the artist's name F. V. Antonio and the name of her pueblo.
 
Slide 4: Frederika Antonio Ceramic Travel Mug
Frederika Antonio Ceramic Travel Mug
$34.00
Replicating a beautiful, hand-coiled clay pot handcrafted by contemporary Acoma Pueblo artist Frederika Antonio, the intensely patterned design depicts intricate motifs originally hand painted with yucca brushes. Designed and printed in the U.S.A., the bottom of this Made in China ceramic mug features the artist's name F. V. Antonio and the name of her pueblo. Plastic/Rubber/Silicone lid.
 
Slide 5: Judy Lewis Wedding Vase
Judy Lewis Wedding Vase
$400.00
Part of Pueblo life for centuries, wedding vases—like this one-of-a-kind Judy Lewis Lizard Wedding Vase—are considered sacred among tribal members. Created by award winning potter Judy Lewis of the Acoma Pueblo, she formed the shape from hand coiled and pinched clay she unearthed at the Acoma Pueblo. She then hand painted the lizard design with natural pigments before firing it over an open pit kiln. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico.
 
Slide 6: Freddie Bourdon Large Blackware Cats
Freddie Bourdon Large Blackware Cats
Santa Clara Pueblo artist Freddie Bourdon expresses his creativity with these Blackware Cats. Created from naturally black clay he gathered from within the Santa Clara Pueblo, these smooth and matte blackware cats were hand shaped and stone-polished before they were fired over a smothered outdoor fire. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico, each cat will be one-of-a-kind.
 
Slide 7: Birdell Bourdon Smooth Medium Blackware Pots
Birdell Bourdon Smooth Medium Blackware Pots
$125.00
Santa Clara Pueblo artist Birdell Bourdon created these Smooth Medium Blackware Pots from naturally black clay she gathered from within the Santa Clara Pueblo. She cleaned, mixed, hand coiled, shaped, and stone-polished these smooth medium blackware pots before firing them over a smothered outdoor fire. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico, each pot will be one-of-a-kind.
 
Slide 8: Birdell Bourdon Smooth Small Blackware Pot
Birdell Bourdon Smooth Small Blackware Pot
$45.00
Santa Clara Pueblo artist Birdell Bourdon created this Smooth Small Blackware Pot from naturally black clay she gathered from within the Santa Clara Pueblo. She cleaned, mixed, hand coiled, shaped, and stone-polished this smooth small blackware pot before firing it over a smothered outdoor fire. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico, each pot will be one-of-a-kind.
 
Slide 9: Site-Wa-Na Geometric Wedding Vase
Site-Wa-Na Geometric Wedding Vase
$240.00
Part of Pueblo life for centuries, wedding vases—like this one-of-a-kind Site-Wa-Na Geometric Wedding Vase—are considered sacred among tribal members. At once traditional and contemporary, Site-Wa-Na of the Laguna Pueblo formed this wedding vase from coils of locally gathered Laguna Pueblo clay. Site-Wa-Na then hand painted his geometric design with naturally tinted clay slips, before firing it over an open pit kiln. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico.
 
Slide 10: Judy Lewis Wedding Vase
Judy Lewis Wedding Vase
$297.00
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 11: Joseph Fragua Dragonfly Wedding Vase
Joseph Fragua Dragonfly Wedding Vase
$495.00
Part of Pueblo life for centuries, wedding vases—like this one-of-a-kind Joseph Fragua Dragonfly Wedding Vase—are considered sacred among tribal members. This wedding vase by Joseph Fragua of the Jemez Pueblo was shaped by hand coiling and pinching special clays he unearthed at the Jemez Pueblo. Using a yucca plant stem as a brush, Fragua then hand painted his dragonfly motif with naturally tinted clay slips before firing it over an open pit kiln. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico.