Most of the Pueblo Native Americans today use the same basic technology of pottery-making they have for centuries. Clay is dug, often in dry lumps, out of traditional clay sources known to each village. Native American Indian pottery reflects the richness and cultural diversity of the Southwestern pueblo peoples. The varied styles and designs of Pueblo pottery results from the different chemical compositions in the clays mined by each Pueblo, cultural beliefs and, of course, the artists imaginations and abilities.
I have been collecting museum quality pottery for over 30 years. My experience is your assurance that the pieces you purchase are of the finest quality, and the finest Native American art available, guaranteed. This Internet web site showcases the finest in traditional handmade Native American Pueblo pottery. The pottery is from the Jemez, Santa Clara, San Ildefonso, San Felipe, Isleta, Laguna, and San Juan, pueblos, and the Navajo and Hopi tribes.
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