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We are a wholesale import company that has partnerships with key factories throughout Mexico and in Southeast Asia. We work with retailers from all over the United States of America on customizing seasonal and year-round programs offering a wide variety of Pottery Planters and Hanging Décor for the home and garden. From Mexico we can offer quick turnarounds of product with specialty colors that...
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We provide our customers with museum quality pueblo pottery from young innovators to the most prominent contemporary signed historic pueblo potters. Les Namingha is one of those potters who continues to defy expectations in his innovative clay art. This jar brings together his amazing talent to balance history and modernism. This jar is called, “Blossom” and much like a flower, it is various...
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We offer a range of fine examples of this pottery - historic, modern and contemporary. Acoma, Zia, Cochiti, Jemez, Zuni, Hopi and many other pueblos are represented. There are monochrome, two color, polychrome and four color pieces, as well as blackwares from San Ildefonso and Santa Clara. Names...
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Finest quality vessels and figures created in pottery by finest potters in Native America. No information you provide will be shared with any third party or be retained in digital files that might. Pottery created by the most accomplished potterymakers in Native America. Click to meet the...
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Native American Antiques, historic pueblo pottery, kachinas, Indian baskets, old pawn jewelry, Navajo weavings and textiles, other Tribal art and Contemporary Paintings by Steve Elmore all at Steve Elmore Indian Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Since our opening in the spring of 2001 we have gathered a...
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Adobe Gallery specializes in authentic, hand-coiled, historic Southwest Indian Pueblo pottery. Friendly and educated staff can help you select the perfect pot. Adobe Gallery specializes in contemporary and historic Southwest Indian Pueblo Pottery and Native American Paintings. Adobe Gallery's beautiful walk-in gallery is located at the beginning of historic Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico....
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Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery specializes in historic pueblo pottery from the Acoma, San Ildefonso, Cochiti, Zia and Santo Domingo pueblos. Small jars, Ollas, Large Storage Jars, pitchers, cups and storytellers. This show explores generations of exceptional pueblo black pottery from the time of the 1880s utilitarian ware to the first train station curios up to the brilliance of today’s...
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Maria Martinez, Southwestern indian pottery featuring Maria Martinez of San Ildefonso and her family Julian, Tony Da, Santana & Adam. Around 1918 to 1919, Julian was brushing the designs on Maria's pots and he, for some unknown reason, brushed a design on a pot that was meant for black firing. Maria was annoyed at him because the design will not come out when you fire it as black. But they...
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Tribal Administration Page Click on the link above to view information regarding Administration, Council, Sheriffs, and Ditch Bosses. Human Resources Page Click on the link above to to view Job Announcements, and view and print Job Applications. This website is maintained by the of the Pueblo of Acoma. Please contact webmaster@puebloofacoma.org for any feedback or comments. Click on the link...
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With Toh-Atin Gallery, you know you have found the perfect art gallery for your Native American art displays. See what we can offer you for your home! We are Toh-Atin Gallery, recognized nationwide for our quality works of Native American art. Whether you want a painting for your wall or Pueblo pottery by the finest artists, we have just what you are looking for. Find out why we are an art...
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House of the Shalako evolved from our wholesale business which we began in 1973. After pondering a name for several months, we selected House of the Shalako because initially most of our buying was done at Zuni Pueblo. The Shalako ceremony is the most important Zuni event which occurs each year in early December to bless six new homes. On March 1, 1976 we celebrated our grand opening with...
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Century and has been historically known for its strong agriculture, traditional textiles, and pottery production. Nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, 20 miles north of Santa Fe, the Pueblo is almost completely surrounded by non-Indian towns, most of which are Hispanic, and is home to approximately 1,100 members. The Pueblo encompasses nearly 20,000 acres consisting of...
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Located 23 miles north of Santa Fe, New Mexico, San Ildefonso pueblo has long been considered the epicenter for the pueblo pottery movement. This is the birth place of Maria Martinez and the newer form of San Ildefonso pottery. The famous black-on-black pottery, once a token tourist piece, now graces the highest mantles and shelves of museums worldwide. A growing interest in Native American by...
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In the scenic Rio Grande Valley, 15 miles south of Albuquerque on Interstate 25 Exit 215. It is one of the larger 19 Pueblos within New Mexico and was established in the 1300s. Isleta Pueblo covers an area of more than 329 square miles, surrounded by the Manzano Mountains to the east and to the desert mesa lands of the Rio Puerco on the west. The name Isleta comes from the Spanish language...
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Jeff Roller. Native American pueblo pottery - traditional and contemporary - from the earth of Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico, USA. Jeff produces various shades of color while firing his pieces in a traditional manner. "My grandmother and great grandmother experimented in various ways to create red and brown colored pieces as well as the well known highly polished black. I love their creativity...
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The Pueblo of Jemez is a federally recognized tribe located in north-central New Mexico, approximately 50 miles northwest of Albuquerque. We are one of the remaining 19 pueblos of New Mexico, encompassing over 89,000 acres of land and home to over 3,400 tribal members. The people of Jemez cherish their ancestral traditions, and are proud to integrate their culture with modern society. Explore...
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Information about the hand-made traditional and contemporary Native American pottery being offered for sale by Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Exhibiting the finest in Southwest Native American pottery, we feature the work of Maria Martinez of San Ildefonso Pueblo. We consider our gallery to be an "educational retail experience" where our expert staff, with many years of...
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Come and discover a feast of wonderful visual expressions and information on this site that can be incorporated into your home, office, and community. Take a few moments to explore the creative gestures of Tom and Jean Latka. This artistic duo, whose art work has an international reputation, consider themselves to be “fire artists”. Their artistic materials morph, expand, fuse and reconfigure...
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