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  • CC-NK-ETA06 - COUNTED CROSS STITCH KIT HOPI RAINBIRD WEDDING VASE

    CC-NK-ETA06 - COUNTED CROSS STITCH KIT HOPI RAINBIRD WEDDING VASE CC-NK-ETA06 - COUNTED CROSS STITCH KIT HOPI RAINBIRD WEDDING VASE : 900017146 A 3 3/4 by 5 inches when finished cross stitch kit This counted cross stitch is of a Hopi wedding vase with a rainbird design. The kit comes with the aida cloth, floss, needle and pattern. Everything you need to create this Southwest Native American picture. Please allow 3-5 days for orders to be received and processed before shipment . Details SHIPPING :

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  • CC-NK-ETA06 - COUNTED CROSS STITCH KIT HOPI RAINBIRD WEDDING VASE

    CC-NK-ETA06 - COUNTED CROSS STITCH KIT HOPI RAINBIRD WEDDING VASE CC-NK-ETA06 - COUNTED CROSS STITCH KIT HOPI RAINBIRD WEDDING VASE : 900017146 A 3 3/4 by 5 inches when finished cross stitch kit This counted cross stitch is of a Hopi wedding vase with a rainbird design. The kit comes with the aida cloth, floss, needle and pattern. Everything you need to create this Southwest Native American picture. Please allow 3-5 days for orders to be received and processed before shipment . Details SHIPPING :

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  • CC-NK-ETA06 - COUNTED CROSS STITCH KIT HOPI RAINBIRD WEDDING VASE

    CC-NK-ETA06 - COUNTED CROSS STITCH KIT HOPI RAINBIRD WEDDING VASE CC-NK-ETA06 - COUNTED CROSS STITCH KIT HOPI RAINBIRD WEDDING VASE : 900017146 A 3 3/4 by 5 inches when finished cross stitch kit This counted cross stitch is of a Hopi wedding vase with a rainbird design. The kit comes with the aida cloth, floss, needle and pattern. Everything you need to create this Southwest Native American picture. Please allow 3-5 days for orders to be received and processed before shipment . Details SHIPPING :

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  • Hopi Bird Wedding Vase Ceramic Bisque Indian

    SOUTHWEST NATIVE AMERICANS!!! HOPI BIRD WEDDING VASE U-PAINT THESE PIECES ARE IN CERAMIC BISQUE AND READY FOR YOU TO PAINT.IT IS 12" TALL BISQUE IS MADE TO ORDER INDIVIDUALLY. THIS PIECE WILL BE PROFESSIONALLY POURED, CLEANED AND FIRED TO CONE 04.WE GUARANTEE OUR PRODUCT. PLEASE VISIT OUR EBAY STORE FULL OF CERAMIC BISQUE AND EXTRAS. SEE ALL OF THE THINGS THAT WILD WEST CERAMICS HAS TO OFFER! We have been in the ceramic business for over 40 years and take pride in our bisque.We are a family bus

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  • Hopi Indian Style Wedding Vase 8" -Rainbird (155)

    This is an interesting piece of decorative Hopi Indian style pottery. This antiqued wedding vase has a beautiful rustic appearance with hand painted Native American Hopi symbols from Pueblo culture. Perfect for southwest decorating or as a western accessory. 8" tall

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  • Lawrence Namoki, Hand Coiled Pottery, Wedding Vase, Hopi

    Lawrence Namoki, Hand Coiled Pottery, Wedding Vase, Hopi Lawrence Namoki, Hand Coiled Pottery, Wedding Vase, Hopi Namoki, Lawrence 15 1/4" H x 9" Diameter Details One of the most frequent questions I get asked on the Perry Null Trading forum is who made my art. It always amazes people that we don’t know all the artist, especially since we are right here in the “Heart of Indian Country”. At the same time many people don’t believe us when we tell them how many different people in this area make art, it

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  • Tan Polychrome Wedding Vase with Eagle Dancer

    Tan Polychrome Wedding Vase with Eagle Dancer Nampeyo pottery Nampeyo wedding vase Savvy Price $650.00 Tan Polychrome Wedding Vase with Eagle Dancer Carla Nampeyo Hand-coiled pottery with polychrome natural slip decoration 9 1/2" height X 4 3/4" maximum diameter "Carla Nampeyo" in dark slip underneath Excellent , slight wear to bottom only. AP, astute Scottsdale collector and newlywed About The Tan Polychrome Wedding Vase with Eagle Dancer On this vessel the artist polished, carved, incised and colored its

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    Traditional, Carved
  • Three Color Double Spouted Wedding Vase

    Three Color Double Spouted Wedding Vase , Navasie wedding vase , Navasie pottery , Hopi weddng vase Three Color Double Spouted Wedding Vase Maynard and Veronica Navasie 9 1/2" height X 5 1/2" width X 5" depth "M.N. & V.N." is written underneath next to frog symbol Good to fair, some scuffing to slipped areas on one side to a greater degree than other. DMW, collected with care by a pottery-minded couple About The Three Color Double Spouted Wedding Vase Dark brown slip balances nicely with more dramatic bird

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  • Margaret Tafoya Wedding Vase

    Margaret Tafoya Wedding Vase Margaret Tafoya Wedding Vase This Santa Clara wedding vase measures 6" x 10.25", native clay and paint, excellent condition, by Margaret Tafoya, clear signature. Margaret Tafoya of Santa Clara Pueblo is one of the three legendary Master Potters. Maria Martinez, the most famous, and Nampeyo of Hopi are the other two. Margaret's work is characteristically simple and soulful. This wedding vase is a wonderful example of her redware. The 90 degree angles in the Kiva steps and the 45

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  • Wedding Vase Rock Art

    ROCK ART POTTERYThe humpbacked flute player is a deity rooted deep in Anasazi traditions and is still rampant in the pantheons of many pueblo peoples. To the Hopi he is Kokopelli, influential in fertility and abundance, whether it be in the hunt, the fields, or human reproduction. His presence in the Colorado Plateau country is natural, for the region was a place of birth for the Anasazi and other southwest peoples. This figure, along with others on Rock Art Pottery, is representative of the symbols used by

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  • Wedding Vase Kokopelli Parade

    The hunchbacked flute player is a deity rooted deep in Anasazi traditions. His mythology is still present in the traditions of many pueblo peoples. To the Hopi, he is Kokopelli, influential in fertility and abundance, whether it be the hunt, the fields or human reproduction. This figure is representative of the symbols used by the Anasazi (The Ancient Ones). KOKOPELLI PARADE is a modern, playful rendition of a 2000 year old classic. Soft grey shades of geometric patterns offer background to the bolder yet

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  • Wedding Vase Rock Art

    ROCK ART POTTERYThe humpbacked flute player is a deity rooted deep in Anasazi traditions and is still rampant in the pantheons of many pueblo peoples. To the Hopi he is Kokopelli, influential in fertility and abundance, whether it be in the hunt, the fields, or human reproduction. His presence in the Colorado Plateau country is natural, for the region was a place of birth for the Anasazi and other southwest peoples. This figure, along with others on Rock Art Pottery, is representative of the symbols used by

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  • Wedding Vase Kokopelli Parade

    The hunchbacked flute player is a deity rooted deep in Anasazi traditions. His mythology is still present in the traditions of many pueblo peoples. To the Hopi, he is Kokopelli, influential in fertility and abundance, whether it be the hunt, the fields or human reproduction. This figure is representative of the symbols used by the Anasazi (The Ancient Ones). KOKOPELLI PARADE is a modern, playful rendition of a 2000 year old classic. Soft grey shades of geometric patterns offer background to the bolder yet

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  • Wedding Vase Rock Art

    ROCK ART POTTERYThe humpbacked flute player is a deity rooted deep in Anasazi traditions and is still rampant in the pantheons of many pueblo peoples. To the Hopi he is Kokopelli, influential in fertility and abundance, whether it be in the hunt, the fields, or human reproduction. His presence in the Colorado Plateau country is natural, for the region was a place of birth for the Anasazi and other southwest peoples. This figure, along with others on Rock Art Pottery, is representative of the symbols used by

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  • Wedding Vase Kokopelli Parade

    The hunchbacked flute player is a deity rooted deep in Anasazi traditions. His mythology is still present in the traditions of many pueblo peoples. To the Hopi, he is Kokopelli, influential in fertility and abundance, whether it be the hunt, the fields or human reproduction. This figure is representative of the symbols used by the Anasazi (The Ancient Ones). KOKOPELLI PARADE is a modern, playful rendition of a 2000 year old classic. Soft grey shades of geometric patterns offer background to the bolder yet

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  • Wedding Vase Kokopelli Parade

    The hunchbacked flute player is a deity rooted deep in Anasazi traditions. His mythology is still present in the traditions of many pueblo peoples. To the Hopi, he is Kokopelli, influential in fertility and abundance, whether it be the hunt, the fields or human reproduction. This figure is representative of the symbols used by the Anasazi (The Ancient Ones). KOKOPELLI PARADE is a modern, playful rendition of a 2000 year old classic. Soft grey shades of geometric patterns offer background to the bolder yet

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  • Large Wedding Vase Rock Art

    ROCK ART POTTERYThe humpbacked flute player is a deity rooted deep in Anasazi traditions and is still rampant in the pantheons of many pueblo peoples. To the Hopi he is Kokopelli, influential in fertility and abundance, whether it be in the hunt, the fields, or human reproduction. His presence in the Colorado Plateau country is natural, for the region was a place of birth for the Anasazi and other southwest peoples. This figure, along with others on Rock Art Pottery, is representative of the symbols used by

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