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pueblo pottery - Native American wedding vases

The largest Internet selection of Pueblo Pottery
Pueblo Pottery Maine provides authentic, hand-coiled Pueblo Indian pottery and
a select collection of Native American paintings and sculpture.
Free professional shipping and Certificates of Authenticity

The Pueblo Pottery Maine Selection

July - 2015
New Pottery Inventory List

All items shown on this site are currently in-stock as of


Seriously, as low as they go. Turning over the inventory and presenting you with an amazing opportunity.
These really are wholesale prices. Just look around and compare.

Largest Selection of Wedding Vases Anywhere!

Appropriate, one-of-a-kind, hand coiled, wedding/anniversary gifts of symbolic meaning increasingly
collected as authentic Native American works of art and can appreciate in value.
For less expensive, decorative, slip cast wedding vases, see our
Southwest Decor Collection

Nampeyo of Hano


Nampeyo of Hano bowl at reduced price
This beautiful polychrome pottery bowl measures 8 inches in diameter by 2 3/8 inches high. It was in the same family for three generations having been gifted by the original buyer. Never used or abused. Circa 1890-1895 with professional documentation of authenticity.

Gallery of Native American Paintings

A beautiful collection created by Native American artists Tonita Pena, Julian Martinez, Al Momaday,
Archie Blackowl, Brendt Learned, Amado Pena, Timothy Nevaquaya,
David John, Darwin Tsoodle, Tim Saupitty, and more.

Southwest Decor Collection
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Our Southwest Decor Collection of slip cast ceramics is created by Native American artists of the Southwest pueblo tribes in New Mexico. It is formed using the slip cast technique of pouring liquid clay into molds rather than the traditional hand coiling technique which utilizes hand dug native clay and slips. Every pot is handcrafted with paints or etching by Pueblo Indian potters and each signed by the artist. Because slip cast pottery is considerably less labor intensive than hand coiled pieces, it is offered at near half the price a collector of authentic Native American art would pay. The fine quality art work and lower prices make these pieces ideal for use as decor accents in homes wherever the unique beauty of Southwest art might be appreciated plus wonderful gifts for non-collectors.

How To Purchase
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call your order in at 207-637-2547.
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Each piece is unique and hand made by coiling hand dug clay into layers
which are then shaped into unique pottery.

~ No catalogue available because each piece is an original ~

Directions to visit the Pueblo Pottery Maine Gallery
By appointment at your convenience 7 days a week ~ Call 207-637-2547

We participate in Fair Trade Practices by paying Native American artists fair prices for their work. We do not mark-up items beyond market value and then artificially discount them to buyers. We are an Indian Arts & Crafts Association (IACA) member ~ authenticity guaranteed.

Click here to find Internet sites, bibliography and other sources
to learn more about Native American art and cultures

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IACA Symbol & Code of Ethics assures buyers and collector of purchasing with confidence.The symbol is copyrighted and only current members of the Association are allowed to use it. As a member, each artist, retailer and wholesaler agree to honestly and ethically represent their merchandise, and to abide by State and Federal laws.

How To Purchase

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We provide Certificates of Authenticity and stand behind our product and our services - 100%. We want you to be happy with your purchase and with our service. See Customer Feedback as an Internet Gallery. Pueblo Pottery Maine has meet the strict standards of the Indian Arts & Crafts Association (IACA) and achieved the Association's certification as an ethical business supporting the promotion and protection of authentic Native American art and culture. How to make a purchase.

Some Feedback....

"I wanted to thank you for your wonderfully warm and kind attention to my order. My mom loved the piece - she has been collecting for many years and was particularly excited about this latest acquisition. She also commented on your obvious attention to packaging. I am very happy to have found you."
K.L. ~ New York, New York

"Just wanted to drop a line to let you know how absolutely thrilled I am with the piece!! Your packing was superb, and I am over the moon with the purchase. I will be checking your website on a regular basis for future transactions. Thank you so very much for your great service, it was meant to be and we'll take good care of this little "jewel"."
K.N. ~ Honolulu, Hawaii

"The pot arrived yesterday in perfect condition. Its lovely, and I'm very pleased I bought it from you. Thanks again for your continuing great service. Always a pleasure working with you."
D.K. ~ Scottsdale, Arizona

"I received the Ambrose Atencio pottery yesterday and I really love it. I have other pieces of Santo Domingo pottery that are the more traditional geometric shapes; so I am really pleased to have this one with the bird/flower designs. Thank you for the wonderful job of packing and the prompt delivery."
C.P. ~ Longmont, Colorado

"I got my Medina pot today and it's beautiful, thank you! Wonderful job on the packaging, probably the best I have seen with pottery shipments. I will definitely buy from you again."
D.W. ~ Buford, Georgia

"Just wanted you to know we received the pot today and it looks even better than on the web site! We love it! Really crisp incising work and polishing. Thank you!"
A.Z. ~ Fairfax, Virginia

"Thank you again for such beautiful pots! Everything arrived safely. Your packing is superb! I look forward to buying many more pots from you."
K. K. ~ Monmouth, New Jersey

"Many thanks for the wonderful Erik Fender pot I purchased for my wife last week (it's her Valentine's gift, and she just loves it, as I do). It's an absolutely beautiful pot, and it now has pride of place with our other purchases from you: a Mary Small wedding piece and a superb Peynetsa olla. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to live with these art works. It's a pleasure doing business with you -- you have superb taste, as your collection shows".
G.L. ~ Hartford, CT

"I received my order yesterday as promised and I love the pieces and can't thank you enough for shipping them so quickly. I hope you are not being inundated with snow and wish you the best for the New Year. Again, thank you so much for a wonderful site and for providing people like me with an opportunity to purchase beautiful pieces of art."
M.M. ~ Raymond, Washington

"Thank you for offering such wonderful Native American art. It's been a pleasurable experience and I hope to do more business with you in the future. Received the Vangie Tafoya wedding vase this week, and it is beautiful! It's a wonderful piece of art and has taken main stage amongst my collection. The packaging for shipment was quite substantial and arrived from its long journey intact. I can't say enough about it and your great customer service. Thank you so much!"
M.H. ~ Escondido, California

"A note to let you know the small Warren Coriz jar arrived this afternoon in perfect shape. I am really pleased with it. It feels so good in my hands! I know bigger pottery vessels go for more money and are flashier, etc. They undoubtedly appreciate in value more. But a really well executed smaller pot, like this one, not only fits into my downsized collection better, but in so many ways demonstrates the artist's abilities just as well as the heroic pieces. I've been collecting (and divesting myself of) Pueblo pottery for going on 30 years, and I haven't seen a nicer "classic" Santo Domingo jar. thanks for the quality and good value for the price...and for the excellent packaging!"
M.J. ~ Waco, Texas

"These days it is unfortunately very rare that I am sufficiently impressed by a merchant's service to write them a congratulatory note; yet I am pleased to say that my recent transaction with you was very professional in every way. The piece was priced fairly, it was shipped promptly in excellent packaging, it was exactly as described and the certificate of authenticity added a nice touch. In short, I hope that I will find a reason to do business with you again in the future."
W.B. ~ Brentwood, Tennessee

"I am so pleased with the Goldenrod Garcia pot.  I have longed to add one of her elegant pieces to my collection. Thank you for working with me again.  My favorite pots have all come from you. Thank you for the excellent service."
M.H. ~ Romeo, Michigan

"I just wanted to let you know that the pottery I ordered arrived safe and sound yesterday.  As always the pottery was fabulous! Thank you for your great service.  I look forward to dealing with you again in the not too distant future."
G.B. ~ Columbus, Ohio

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Learn More about Pueblo Pottery and the Southwest Native Americans who create it through our research links to organizations and institutions such as the Heard, Logan, and Peabody Museums plus book reviews and recommendations. Read our articles on contemporary and traditional pottery, and those who collect it. A guide to Pueblo Pottery research and collecting. Recommended reading and references for collectors

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