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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
$50.00
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: Robin Teller Ceramic Latte Mug
Robin Teller Ceramic Latte Mug
$34.00
Replicating a beautiful, hand-coiled and sculpted clay pot handcrafted by Isleta Pueblo potter Robin Teller, this graphic design depicts traditional symbols of the Isleta Pueblo. The daughter of renowned artist Stella Teller, Robin is one of only a few artists continuing the Isleta Pueblo pottery tradition. Designed and printed in the U.S.A., the bottom of this imported ceramic mug features the artist's full name and the name of her pueblo.
 
Slide 4: Patricia Lowden Ceramic Latte Mug
Patricia Lowden Ceramic Latte Mug
$34.00
Replicating a beautiful clay pot handcrafted by award-winning Acoma Pueblo artist Patricia Lowden, this striking design features a traditional Acoma Pueblo rain parrot on one side and other traditional Acoma Pueblo pottery symbols on the back. Designed and printed in the U.S.A., the bottom of this imported ceramic mug features the artist's name P. Lowden and the name of her pueblo.
 
Slide 5: 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 imported ceramic mug features the artist's name F. V. Antonio and the name of her pueblo.
 
Slide 6: Erik Fender Ceramic Latte Mug
Erik Fender Ceramic Latte Mug
$34.00
Replicating a beautiful clay pot handcrafted by award-winning San Ildefonso Pueblo artist Erik Fender, the graphic design depicts traditional San Ildefonso Pueblo symbols. Erik continues the storied legacy of his mother and grandmother, San Ildefonso Pueblo potters Martha Appleleaf and Carmelita Dunlap. Designed and printed in the U.S.A.
 
Slide 7: Elizabeth Medina Ceramic Latte Mug
Elizabeth Medina Ceramic Latte Mug
$34.00
The Zia bird and flower designs gracing this Elizabeth Medina Ceramic Travel Mug replicate a beautiful clay pot handcrafted by traditional Zia Pueblo artist Elizabeth Medina—one of the most skilled of the Zia Pueblo potters. The signature design of Zia Pueblo potters, the Zia bird is depicted with a single large eye and forked tail feathers. Designed and printed in the U.S.A., the bottom of this imported ceramic mug features Elizabeth's full name and the name of her pueblo.
 
Slide 8: Robin Teller Ceramic Travel Mug
Robin Teller Ceramic Travel Mug
Replicating a beautiful, hand-coiled and sculpted clay pot handcrafted by Isleta Pueblo potter Robin Teller, this graphic design depicts traditional symbols of the Isleta Pueblo. The daughter of renowned artist Stella Teller, Robin is one of only a few artists continuing the Isleta Pueblo pottery tradition. Designed and printed in the U.S.A., the bottom of this imported ceramic mug features the artist's full name and the name of her pueblo. Plastic/Rubber/Silicone lid.
 
Slide 9: Patricia Lowden Ceramic Travel Mug
Patricia Lowden Ceramic Travel Mug
$34.00
Replicating a beautiful clay pot handcrafted by award-winning Acoma Pueblo artist Patricia Lowden, this striking design features a traditional Acoma Pueblo rain parrot on one side and other traditional Acoma Pueblo pottery symbols on the back. Designed and printed in the U.S.A., the bottom of this imported ceramic mug features the artist's name P. Lowden and the name of her pueblo. Plastic/Rubber/Silicone lid.
 
Slide 10: 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 imported ceramic mug features the artist's name F. V. Antonio and the name of her pueblo. Plastic/Rubber/Silicone lid.
 
Slide 11: Erik Fender Ceramic Travel Mug
Erik Fender Ceramic Travel Mug
$34.00
Replicating a beautiful clay pot handcrafted by award-winning San Ildefonso Pueblo artist Erik Fender, the graphic design depicts traditional San Ildefonso Pueblo symbols. Erik continues the storied legacy of his mother and grandmother, San Ildefonso Pueblo potters Martha Appleleaf and Carmelita Dunlap. Designed and printed in the U.S.A. Plastic/Rubber/Silicone lid. imported ceramic mug features.