Native American Wedding Vases
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Geraldine F. Sandia of Jemez Pueblo created this beautiful wedding vase of outstanding detail and beauty. She is of Jemez/Acoma descent. She began winning awards for her work over 20 years ago. She gathers her own clay at Jemez Pueblo, hand coils, hand paints, stone polishes and pit fires her pots outdoors. Her mother, Cecilia Loretto, taught her all the fundamentals and shared with her all the special techniques of a master potter. Caroline and Mary Loretto are her sisters. Well known Acoma potters Florence and Rachel Aragon are her aunts. The vase above measures 8.75 inches tall. Your price $275 ~ Item #WV911 Includes shipping! SOLD
wedding vases are not waterproof and will be severely
Geraldine has won awards for her wedding vases continuously at the Santa Fe Indian Market since 1980, as well as awards from the Heard Museum and at the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Arts & Crafts Show - over 20 in all. Her work is in the Heard Museum's permanent collection.
The wedding vase at left measures 9 inches tall by 5 inches wide. Your price $275 ~ Item #WV900. Includes Shipping!
Geraldine's work is included in "Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni" by Hayes and Blom; Gregory Schaaf's "Southern Pueblo Pottery Biographies"; Berger and Schiffer's "Pueblo and Navajo Contemporary Pottery"; plus Indian Market Magazine and the SWAIA Quarterly.
The wedding vase at right measures 8 inches tall. Your price $220 ~ Item #WV917.
The wedding vase at right measures 8 inches tall. Your price $240 ~ Item #WV918 Includes Shipping!
The wedding vase at left measures 8 inches tall. Your price $240 ~ Item #WV919.
The wedding vase at right, bottom, is 8 inches tall
with a black feather motif. Your price $240
~ Item #WV920. Shipping
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