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Jemez Hand Coiled Pot

Product Description
$198.00
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  • 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.

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 pottery has many styles, including using micaceous clay, story teller dolls, and traditional pots like wedding vases. Using natural clay, minerals, and plants from the pueblo, the Jemez people create beautiful pots.

Take home a piece to add to your southwest pottery collection. 

Sku: JEM030
Vendor: Jemez