Wide Array of Traditional Native American Indian Pottery
Pueblo, Hopi, Navajo and Zuni craftspeople create pots and bowls in a variety of shapes and sizes. In addition to traditional ollas, vases and pots, Wind River Trading Company also carries pieces unique to the peoples of the Southwest, including : Wedding Vases, Story Tellers and Seed Pots.
Characteristic of Native American Pottery Styles
Wind River Trading Company carries the finest pottery created by artists from the 19 New Mexico Pueblos and Hopi, Navajo and Zuni Tribes. Over the years, each group has developed its own characteristic style and look. In our 7,000 square-foot showroom, you will see examples of:
- San Ildefonso’s traditional black-on-black
- Santa Clara’s black or deep terra cotta reds (often on beige)
- Acoma’s fine line patterns and parrot designs
- Santa Domingo’s monochrome and polychrome geometric designs
- Zuni’s relief lizards
- Navajo (Diné) horsehair pottery, graduated colored feather patterns, pine pitch and stone polishes
Furthermore, Our knowledgeable staff can help you understand and identify many of the “trademark” patterns and styles of each pueblo or tribe as well as provide care instructions for delicate handmade pottery.
Guarantee of Authenticity
Our experienced buyers buy directly from the artists, so authenticity is ensured. Some of the many artists we feature include: Maria Martinez, Martha Appleleaf, Linda Tafoya, Margaret Tafoya, Frederica Antonio, Melissa Antonio, Sandra Victorino, Eric Fender, Thomas Tenorio, Felicia Fragua, and many others.
We add new pots and storytellers almost daily. Our inventory is so large and diverse that we have something for almost any collector or visitor.
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