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Southwest Pottery

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

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Jemez Coiled Pot by Caral Loretto-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Jemez Coiled Pot by Caral Loretto

$90.00

Size: 2 5/8" Tall x 3 3/4" WideCarol 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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Jemez Micacious Clay Pot by Emma Yepa-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Jemez Micacious Clay Pot by Emma Yepa

$735.00

Size: 6 3/8" Tall x 5 1/4" WideEmma 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 my skills from her Mother, Ida Yepa and she has sisters that are potters also. Her mother and her are in the ...


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

Jemez Micacious Clay Pot by Emma Yepa

$789.00

Size: 7" Tall x 5 3/4" WideEmma 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 my skills from her Mother, Ida Yepa and she has sisters that are potters also. Her mother and her are in the fall...


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Jemez Pot by Pauline Romero-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Jemez Pot by Pauline Romero

$495.00

Size: 9 1/2" Tall x 5" WidePauline Romero is a full blooded Native American Indian from the Jemez Pueblo. Pauline has been hand coiling pottery for more than 15 years. Her mother, Persingula R. Tosa, taught Pauline all the fundamentals of making pottery the traditional way. Her mother also strongly encouraged her to continue the family traditio...


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