Native American, traditional and contemporary, wedding vases by
the potters of Santa Clara, Jemez, Hopi, Zia, Laguna, Zuni, Taos
and Acoma pueblos ~ also the potters of Mata Ortiz and the Navajo
Dine Nation. All our one-of-a-kind vases are created
from hand-dug clay. The clay is then hand coiled into shape and
painted with natural pigments derived from vegetation and minerals
by the potter whose signature is on the vase's bottom. Each pot
is created in the potter's home with the help of family members.
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Vases are not waterproof.
R. Garcia-Salvador was born into the Acoma
Pueblo in 1964 and is the sister of Vivian Seymour. She
is a member of the Red Corn Clan and has been an active potter
since the 80s working in traditional polychrome jars and bowls.
She is included in several publications including Schaaf's "Southern
Pueblo Pottery Artist Biographies", and Berger & Schiffer's
"Pueblo & Navajo Contemporary Pottery"