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Unbelieveably beautiful- Native American MARIA MONTOYA MARTINEZ San Ildefonso Pueblo Black Pottery Bowl

Unbelieveably beautiful- Native American MARIA MONTOYA MARTINEZ San Ildefonso Pueblo Black Pottery Bowl

Authentic MARIA MARTINEZ Pueblo Pottery Bowl - Signed Maria and ...

Authentic MARIA MARTINEZ Pueblo Pottery Bowl - Signed Maria and ...

Cedar Bark Basket This rectangular basket is hand-woven by Lindarae Shearer, a Tsimshian Native of Metlakatla. Dimensions - L: 7in. W: 3in. H: 6.25in. This basket is woven in the traditional Tsimshian style from red cedar.

Cedar Bark Basket This rectangular basket is hand-woven by Lindarae Shearer, a Tsimshian Native of Metlakatla. Dimensions - L: 7in. W: 3in. H: 6.25in. This basket is woven in the traditional Tsimshian style from red cedar.

Tarro con Avanyu

Tarro con Avanyu

Love black pottery from New Mexico, I have a few pieces from San Ildefonso and Santa Clara Pueblo, although not any Maria Martinez .

Love black pottery from New Mexico, I have a few pieces from San Ildefonso and Santa Clara Pueblo, although not any Maria Martinez .

Washo Basketry Vessel by Dat So La Lee (Louisa Keyser) , 1900.

Washo Basketry Vessel by Dat So La Lee (Louisa Keyser) , 1900.

Pot by Maria Martinez

Pot by Maria Martinez

Hupa Basket

Hupa Basket

DIT’ EH HU (THE TERRITORY)  “The Maker of All Things was counting out seeds that were to become the different tribes. He counted them out on a big winnowing tray in equal numbers. West Wind, the mischievous wind, watched until the Maker had divided the seeds into equal piles on the basket. Then he blew a gust of wind that scattered the seeds to east. Most of the seeds that were to have been the Washoe people were blown away. That is why the Washoe are fewer in number than other tribes.”

DIT’ EH HU (THE TERRITORY) “The Maker of All Things was counting out seeds that were to become the different tribes. He counted them out on a big winnowing tray in equal numbers. West Wind, the mischievous wind, watched until the Maker had divided the seeds into equal piles on the basket. Then he blew a gust of wind that scattered the seeds to east. Most of the seeds that were to have been the Washoe people were blown away. That is why the Washoe are fewer in number than other tribes.”

Rare Inupiaq Baleen basket w/ carved bone top by Abe Simmonds | From a unique collection of antique and modern native american objects at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/native-american-objects/

Rare Inupiaq Baleen basket w/ carved bone top by Abe Simmonds | From a unique collection of antique and modern native american objects at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/native-american-objects/

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