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Lema's Kokopelli Gallery offers a wide selection of authentic Native American Indian pottery from the Southwest: Laguna, Acoma, Jemez, Hopi, Zuni, Zia, San Ildefonso, Navajo, and Santa Clara.

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Zuni White Lizard Pot
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Zuni White Lizard Pot

Zuni White Lizard Pot

$99.00

Pueblo: Zuni Size: 6 1/4" x 5" Design: Zuni White on Tan Raised Lizards with Scalloped Rim Artist: Deldrick Cellicion Made In: New Mexico The Zuni pueblo begins around 40 miles south of Gallup New Mexico. Older Zuni pottery portrays animals such as deer, water serpents, frogs, birds, and lizards. Today there are very few Zuni potters left, w...


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Zuni Lizard Wedding Vase

Zuni Lizard Wedding Vase

$180.00

Pueblo: Zuni Size: 11" x 6 1/4" Design: Zuni White on Tan Wedding Vase with two Lizards and Traditional Zuni designs Artist: Deldrick Cellicion Made In: New Mexico The Zuni pueblo begins around 40 miles south of Gallup New Mexico. Older Zuni pottery portrays animals such as deer, water serpents, frogs, birds, and lizards. Today there are ver...


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Jemez Turtle Pot

Jemez Turtle Pot

$198.00

Pueblo: Jemez Size: 2 3/8" Tall x 5 1/4" Long Design: Turtle with Royston Turquoise and traditional Jemez Designs Artist: Mary Small Made In: New Mexico  Mary Small, “Kal-la-Tee”, (New Indian Basket), was born into the Jemez Pueblo in 1945 to Seriaco and Perfectita Toya, all members of the Sun Clan. Mary learned the art of traditional potter...


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Jemez Wedding Vase

Jemez Wedding Vase

$345.00

Pueblo: Jemez Size: 8 3/8" Tall x 5 1/8" Wide Design: Wedding Vase with Royston Turquoise, Corn and traditional Jemez Designs Artist: Mary Small Made In: New Mexico  Mary Small, “Kal-la-Tee”, (New Indian Basket), was born into the Jemez Pueblo in 1945 to Seriaco and Perfectita Toya, all members of the Sun Clan. Mary learned the art of tradit...


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Zuni Lizard Bowl

Zuni Lizard Bowl

$150.00

Pueblo: Zuni Size: 3 1/2" x 8" Design: Zuni Bowl with Raised Lizard in center with Scalloped Rim and Traditional Zuni Designs Artist: Deldrick Cellicion Made In: New Mexico The Zuni pueblo begins around 40 miles south of Gallup New Mexico. Older Zuni pottery portrays animals such as deer, water serpents, frogs, birds, and lizards. Today ther...


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Zuni Lizard Pot
$169.00
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Zuni Lizard Pot

Zuni Lizard Pot

$169.00

Pueblo: Zuni Size: 6 1/2" x 6" Design:  Raised Lizards with Scalloped Rim Artist: Deldrick Cellicion Made In: New Mexico The Zuni pueblo begins around 40 miles south of Gallup New Mexico. Older Zuni pottery portrays animals such as deer, water serpents, frogs, birds, and lizards. Today there are very few Zuni potters left, with only a few fa...


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Zuni Raised Lizard Pot

Zuni Raised Lizard Pot

$540.00

Pueblo: Zuni Size: 7 3/4" x 11" Design: Raised Lizards with Dragon Flys and Traditional Zuni Designs Artist: Deldrick Cellicion Made In: New Mexico The Zuni pueblo begins around 40 miles south of Gallup New Mexico. Older Zuni pottery portrays animals such as deer, water serpents, frogs, birds, and lizards. Today there are very few Zuni potte...


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Jemez Two Tone Small Pot

Jemez Two Tone Small Pot

$115.00

Pueblo: Jemez Size: 2" Tall x 3" Wide Design: Two Tone Stone Polished Scalloped Pot Design Artist: Marcella Yepa Made In: New Mexico  Marcella Yepa, member of the Sun Clan, is a full blooded Native American Indian. She was born into the Jemez Pueblo in 1964. Marcella began working with clay at the age of 19. She was inspired to learn the art...


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Jemez Two Tone Seed Pot

Jemez Two Tone Seed Pot

$115.00

Pueblo: Jemez Size: 2 1/8" Tall x 2 3/4" Wide Design: Two Tone Stone Polished Scalloped Seed Pot Design Artist: Marcella Yepa Made In: New Mexico  Marcella Yepa, member of the Sun Clan, is a full blooded Native American Indian. She was born into the Jemez Pueblo in 1964. Marcella began working with clay at the age of 19. She was inspired to ...


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Jemez Two Tone Pot

Jemez Two Tone Pot

$165.00

Pueblo: Jemez Size: 4 1/4" Tall x 3 1/2" Wide Design: Two Tone Stone Polished Scallop Design Artist: Marcella Yepa Made In: New Mexico  Marcella Yepa, member of the Sun Clan, is a full blooded Native American Indian. She was born into the Jemez Pueblo in 1964. Marcella began working with clay at the age of 19. She was inspired to learn the a...


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Jemez Polychrome Seed Pot

Jemez Polychrome Seed Pot

$120.00

Pueblo: Jemez Size: 2 1/8" Tall x 4 1/2" Wide Design: Black and Tan Traditional Design on Red Stone Polished Polychrome Pot Artist: Mary H. Loretto  Made In: New Mexico The Jemez pueblo is located near Santa Fe New Mexico, along the Jemez River. The Jemez people are second after Acoma for the amount of people who create pottery. Jemez potter...


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Santa Clara Red Wedding Vase

Santa Clara Red Wedding Vase

$900.00

Pueblo: Santa Clara Size: 9 3/4" Tall x 5 1/4" Wide Design: Deep Carved Red Water Serpent Wedding Vase Pot Design  Artist: Vickie Martinez Tafoya Made In: New Mexico Vickie Martinez Tafoya was born to Barbara and Manuel Martinez of Santa Clara Pueblo in 1967. A member of the Bear Clan, her Tewa name is Koe-Sawe, meaning Buffalo Steps. Like h...


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San Ildefonso Dark Green Pot

San Ildefonso Dark Green Pot

$798.00

Pueblo: San Ildefonso Size: 5 5/8" Tall x 5 1/2" Wide Design: Dark Green On Black Design Artist: Erik Fender (Than Tsideh) Made In: New Mexico Erik Fender, Than Tsideh “Sunbird”, was born in 1970 into the San Ildefonso Pueblo. He specializes in traditional and contemporary blackware pottery.He started the art of pottery making by watching hi...


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Laguna Hand Coiled Pot

Laguna Hand Coiled Pot

$699.00

Pueblo: Laguna Size: 8 1/8" Tall x 8 1/2" Wide Design: Weather Design Pot with Water and Prayer Feather Designs Artist: Myron Sarracino Made In: New Mexico The Laguna pueblo is located 40 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Laguna people have been living here since the early 17th century. Laguna pottery can look similar to Acoma pott...


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Acoma Geometric Pot

Acoma Geometric Pot

$798.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 4 3/8" Tall x 6 1/8" Wide Design: Geometric Pattern  Artist: Paula Estevan Made In: New Mexico The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements on the planet. Using natural clay,...


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Acoma Harvest Seed Pot

$315.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 1 1/4" Tall x 4 1/8" Wide Design: Polychrome Seed Pot with Geometric Harvest Pattern  Artist: Daniel Lucario Made In: New Mexico  The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements...


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Hopi Pot with Eagle Dancer by Harrison Jim-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Hopi Eagle Dancer Pot

$900.00

Pueblo: Hopi Size: 5 3/8" Tall x 4" Wide Design: Eagle Dancer Design with Traditional Hopi Designs on White Stone Polished Pot Artist: Harrison Jim Made In: New Mexico Harrison Jim learned to make pottery from his mother-in-law Joy "Frogwoman" Navasie. He often collaborated with Marianne Navasie on his pottery, Marrianne Navasie has sense de...


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Acoma King Fisher Seed Pot by Diane Lewis-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma King Fisher Seed Pot

$138.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 3/4" Tall x 1 3/4" Wide Design: Polychrome Geometric King Fisher Pattern Artist: Diane Lewis Made In: New Mexico The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements on the planet. Us...


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Acoma Small Seed Pot by Diane Lewis-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Mimbres Turtle Seed Pot

$168.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 1" Tall x 2 1/2" Wide Design: Geometric Polychrome Mimbres Turtle Pattern  Artist: Diane Lewis Made In: New Mexico The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements on the planet. ...


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Acoma Sphere Shape Pot by Diane Lewis-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Mimbres Fish Pot

$168.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 1" Tall x 2 1/2" Wide Design: Geometric Polychrome Mimbres Fish Pattern  Artist: Diane Lewis Made In: New Mexico The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements on the planet. Us...


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Acoma Hand Coiled Seed Pot by Diane Lewis-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Mimbres Parrot Seed Pot

$198.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 7/8" Tall x 3 1/8" Wide Design: Geometric Polychrome Mimbres Parrot Pattern  Artist: Diane Lewis Made In: New Mexico The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements on the planet...


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Diane Lewis Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Kokopelli Pot

$198.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 7/8" Tall x 3 1/8" Wide Design: Geometric Kokopelli Pattern  Artist: Diane Lewis  Made In: New Mexico The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements on the planet. Using natural...


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Zia Bird Pot by Elizabeth Medina-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Zia Polychrome Bird Pot

$395.00

Pueblo: Zia Size: 4 7/8" x 5 1/2" Design: Polychrome Pot with Zia Bird and Traditional Zia Design Artist: Elizabeth Medina Made In: New Mexico Elizabeth Medina, “Sepia”, was born in 1956 into the Jemez Pueblo. She married into the Zia Pueblo. She was inspired by her Mother-in-Law, Sofia Medina, to learn the art of working with clay. Elizabet...


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Zia Bird Pot with Lid by Elizabeth Medina-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Zia Bird with Turtle Lid Pot

$660.00

Pueblo: Zia Size: 11" x 7 1/4" Design: Polychrome Pot with Zia Bird and Zia Turtle Lid Artist: Elizabeth Medina Made In: New Mexico Elizabeth Medina, “Sepia”, was born in 1956 into the Jemez Pueblo. She married into the Zia Pueblo. She was inspired by her Mother-in-Law, Sofia Medina, to learn the art of working with clay. Elizabeth observed ...


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Acoma Snowflake Pot

Acoma Snowflake Pot

$269.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 3" Tall x 3 3/4" Wide Design: Geometric Snowflake Pattern  Artist: Sandra Victorino Made In: New Mexico The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements on the planet. Using natur...


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Acoma Multi-Color Pot Hand Coiled by Frederica Antonio-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Polychrome Pot

$2,970.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 7 1/4" Tall x 8" Wide Design: Geometric Polychrome Pattern  Artist: Frederica Antonio Made In: New Mexico The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements on the planet. Using nat...


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San Ildefonso Tan on Red Pot by Erik Fender-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery
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San Ildefonso Tan on Red Pot by Erik Fender-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

San Ildefonso Tan on Red Pot

$498.00

Pueblo: San Ildefonso Size: 6" Tall x 4 1/8" Wide Design: Tan on Red Pot with Mica Rim and eight pieces of Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Artist: Erik Fender (Than Tsideh) Made In: New Mexico Erik Fender, Than Tsideh “Sunbird”, was born in 1970 into the San Ildefonso Pueblo. He specializes in traditional and contemporary blackware pottery.He star...


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Santa Clara Water Serpent Pot by Gwen Tafoya-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Santa Clara Water Serpent Pot

$795.00

Pueblo: Santa Clara Size: 4 1/8" Tall x 8 1/4" Wide Design: Deep Carved Black Water Serpent Design with Red Top Artist: Gwen Tafoya Made In: New Mexico Gwen Tafoya was born in 1965 into the Santa Clara Pueblo-Tewa. She began experimenting with pottery making at the age of 6. She started out hand coiling small bowls and pots, using traditiona...


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Hopi Polychrome Pot with Red Mica Slip by Steven Lucas-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery
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Hopi Polychrome Pot with Red Mica Slip by Steven Lucas-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Hopi Polychrome Pot

$990.00

Pueblo: Hopi Size: 4" Tall x 5" Wide Design: Polychrome Pot with Red Mica Slip and Traditional Hopi Designs Artist: Steven Lucas Made In: New Mexico Steve Lucas is a member of the Nampeyo family, grandson of Rachel Namingha Nampeyo and brother of Karen Lucas. He is recognized as one of the premier Hopi potters of today for his outstanding a...


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Jemez Hand Coiled Pot

Jemez Hand Coiled Pot

$198.00

Pueblo: Jemez Size: 4 1/8" Tall x 4 3/4" Wide Design: Black and Tan Traditional Design on Red Stone Polished Polychrome Pot Artist: Carol Loretto Made In: New Mexico Carol Loretto has been an active potter since 1977. She is the sister of Geraldine Sandia and also learned traditional Jemez pottery techniques from her mother, Cecilia Loretto...


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Laguna Dark Green Seed Pot by Ralph Aragon-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Laguna Dark Green Seed Pot

$210.00

Pueblo: Laguna Size: 3 1/8" Tall x 3 1/4" Wide Design: Dark Green Seed Pot with Petroglph Bighorn Sheep Artist: Ralph Aragon Made In: New Mexico The Laguna pueblo is located 40 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Laguna people have been living here since the early 17th century. Laguna pottery can look similar to Acoma pottery, althou...


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Laguna Small Orange Seed Pot by Ralph Aragon-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Laguna Orange Seed Pot

$210.00

Pueblo: Laguna Size: 3 1/8" Tall x 3 1/4" Wide Design: Orange Seed Pot with Petroglph Sun Artist: Ralph Aragon Made In: New Mexico The Laguna pueblo is located 40 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Laguna people have been living here since the early 17th century. Laguna pottery can look similar to Acoma pottery, although it is known...


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Acoma Geometric Pattern Pot by Sandra Victorino-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Geometric Fine Line Pot

$2,970.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 9 1/2" Tall x 8 3/4" Wide Design: Geometric Fine Line Pattern  Artist: Sandra Victorino Made In: New Mexico The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements on the planet. Using n...


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Acoma Triple Pot

Acoma Triple Pot

$750.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 3" Tall x 7" Wide Design: Geometric Fine Line Pattern with Triple Chamber  Artist: Brian Chino Made In: New Mexico The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements on the planet. ...


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Acoma Wide Mouth Pot Hand Coiled by Frederica Antonio-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Polychrome Geometric Pot

$4,995.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 8 3/4"tall x 9" wide Design: Geometric Polychrome Pattern  Artist: Frederica Antonio Made In: New Mexico The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements on the planet. Using natu...


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Acoma Fertility Pot

Acoma Fertility Pot

$769.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 7" Tall x 8" Wide Design: Polychrome Fertility Pattern  Artist: Rachel Aragon Made In: New Mexico The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements on the planet. Using natural cla...


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Laguna Polychrome Pot

Laguna Polychrome Pot

$699.00

Pueblo: Laguna Size: 9 1/4" Tall x 8 1/4" Wide Design: PolyChrome Weather Design Pot Artist: Myron Sarracino Made In: New Mexico The Laguna pueblo is located 40 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Laguna people have been living here since the early 17th century. Laguna pottery can look similar to Acoma pottery, although it is known t...


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Laguna Teal Seed Pot by Ralph Aragon-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Laguna Teal Seed Pot

$390.00

Pueblo: Laguna Size: 4 1/4" Tall x 4 3/4" Wide Design:  Teal Seed Pot with Petroglph and Zia Designs Artist: Ralph Aragon Made In: New Mexico The Laguna pueblo is located 40 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Laguna people have been living here since the early 17th century. Laguna pottery can look similar to Acoma pottery, although ...


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Laguna Green Pot by Ralph Aragon-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Laguna Turquoise Petroglph Pot

$240.00

Pueblo: Laguna Size: 3 1/4" Tall x 3 3/4" Wide Design: Dark Green Seed Pot with Petroglphs Artist: Ralph Aragon Made In: New Mexico The Laguna pueblo is located 40 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Laguna people have been living here since the early 17th century. Laguna pottery can look similar to Acoma pottery, although it is know...


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Zuni Red Deer Pot

Zuni Red Deer Pot

$585.00

Pueblo: Zuni Size: 7 1/2" Tall x 8 3/4" Wide Design: Zuni Dear Pot with Traditional Zuni Designs Artist: Anderson Peynetsa Made In: New Mexico Anderson Peynetsa is the brother of Priscilla, and the son of Wilma Jean Peynetsa. Anderson began making pottery in the eighth grade and in the last ten years or so has now developed into an outstandi...


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Laguna Multi Design Pot by Ralph Aragon-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Laguna Geometric Petroglph Pot

$1,150.00

Pueblo: Laguna Size: 7 3/4" Tall x 9 1/2" Wide Design: Large Earth tone Seed Pot with Petroglph Designs Artist: Ralph Aragon Made In: New Mexico The Laguna pueblo is located 40 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Laguna people have been living here since the early 17th century. Laguna pottery can look similar to Acoma pottery, althou...


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Acoma Bird Pot by Diane Lewis Garcia-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Parrot Seed Pot

$198.00

Pueblo: Acoma Size: 1 1/4" Tall x 2 1/2" Wide Design: Geometric Parrot Pattern Artist: Diane Lewis Garcia Made In: New Mexico  The Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City, is located about 50 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Acoma people have been living here for over 1000 years, one of the oldest settlements on the planet. Using nat...


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Laguna Teal and Orange Pot by Ralph Aragon-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Laguna Teal Petroglph Pot

$654.00

Pueblo: Laguna Size: 6" Tall x 7 1/4" Wide Design: Teal Seed Pot with Petroglphs and Geometric Designs Artist: Ralph Aragon Made In: New Mexico The Laguna pueblo is located 40 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Laguna people have been living here since the early 17th century. Laguna pottery can look similar to Acoma pottery, althoug...


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San Ildefonso Dark Green Pot by Erik Fender-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

San Ildefonso Water Serpent Pot

$2,175.00

Pueblo: San Ildefonso Size: 8 5/8" Tall x 7 7/8" Wide Design: Dark Green On Black Water Serpent Design Artist: Erik Fender (Than Tsideh) Made In: New Mexico Erik Fender, Than Tsideh “Sunbird”, was born in 1970 into the San Ildefonso Pueblo. He specializes in traditional and contemporary blackware pottery.He started the art of pottery making ...


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Jemez Tall Micacious Clay Pot by Emma Yepa-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Jemez Wave Micacious Clay Pot

$735.00

Pueblo: Jemez Size: 6 3/8" Tall x 5 1/4" Wide Design: Scalloped Waves Design made of Micacious Clay Artist: Emma Yepa Made In: New Mexico Emma Yepa is from the Jemez Pueblo, known as Walatowa, "the Place." She is a third generation potter. She has been making pottery for over twenty years. She make melon pots and incised pottery. She learned...


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