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This is the first group of Indian Pueblo Pottery we purchased from Joseph a native of the Jemez Pueblo.
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Happy birthday, PG!


Thank you, cappy!

Very pretty pottery,I love it. Thank you.


Beautiful, I love that they are made from clay from the area, it is such a pretty colour clay, Thanks, Richard.


It's beautiful, Sandy. What a lovely way to learn and remember by buying objects like these. ☺♥


Hi Ardy! We are going to go broke buying these because we can't agree on which ONE to buy, so we end up getting two different ones. LOL The little ones we will put on our Christmas tree. This area is so fun exploring and we are learning a lot about the Native American people.


Thanks, Rich. Neat.


Yes it is a roadrunner with a snake. The bowl has various symbols, rain mountains and a journey plus many more. The little ornament is the four directions of the wind in Eagle fedders! The bowl and pendent are Sandy's I get the Roadrunner with the birds sky snd trees. He paints rbrtything then carves the things on my bud vase.


Do you know anything about the designs, Rich? Looks like a roadrunner carrying a snake on the left and a cat face on the right. I really like the center one. Thanks for sharing your beginning collection.

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