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tags: angel artist bailon ceramic children clay domingo feather foot gathered hand handcrafted judy kind leather lewis medici mexico michelangelo natural pacheco painted pattern peru pigments pueblo rose santo signed stool storyteller storytellers vase wedding wood
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rose pacheco
Hand-built from coils of locally gathered clay, this one-of-a-kind Rose Pacheco Pot is hand-painted with traditional Santo Domingo geometric motifs. Using a yucca brush and natural pigments, she applies the polychrome designs. A Santo Domingo Pueblo artist, Rose Pacheco fires her polychrome Pot over an open, outdoor kiln. An egg white finish imparts a glossy sheen. Handcrafted in New Mexico. details
$572.99
tooled leather chest interwoven
Fluid ribbons of green, gold and copper are inextricably interwoven in this elegant design. Manolo and Lucho work in polychrome tooled leather, applying it to a cumala, or nutmeg wood chest. It features a wrought iron clasp and handles. details
$95.49
ga wood mask thankful
A stylized braid arcs above this slender personage, enhancing the abstract features. Squared eyes give a mystical gaze while elongated features confer grace on this elegant polychrome carving. The mask comes from Ghana's Ga tribe, where they are used during thanksgiving ceremonies. Carved by hand, this piece designed by Juliana Akandas is named Shedaa (thanks). details
$54.99
cuzco plate inca star
Dazzling with its polychrome radiance, an eight-pointed star glitters on this decorative plate. The magical motifs recreate the legendary ceramic work of the Inca civilization. The Huaman Paucar Family meticulously crafts each piece, capturing the style and spirit of ancient peoples. Because each plate is individually crafted, there may be slight variations in color and form. details
$156.99
mohena wood and leather folding
With its novel folding shape, this accent table is beautiful and original. Abel Rios skillfully combines form and function, creating an unusual, handcrafted piece of furniture. The tabletop of polychrome leather is hand-tooled with elegant bird motifs. It is mounted on a frame of mohena wood, a fine Andean hardwood similar in grain to mahogany. details
$165.00
diane lucero
Made entirely by hand by Jemez Pueblo potter Diane Lucero, this one-of-a-kind Storyteller with Three Children depicts a mother with her legs elegantly positioned to the side. She holds three happy children, one with a drum. Fashioned from hand-gathered Jemez Pueblo clay, this tender polychrome storyteller is hand painted with natural and acrylic paints. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico. details
$79.99
cotton embroidered foot stool
Pink, teal green, fuchsia, and green flowers blossom over brown in elegant harmony in the embroidered composition of this foot stool from India. Ganpat Mehta presents a foot stool that celebrates Rajasthan's textile traditions with embroidery done by women artisans in Rajasthan. Painted iron rivets secure the cotton seat on the stool with mango wood legs, which are removable. details
$350.00
judy lewis storyteller with vase
Award-winning Acoma Pueblo clay sculptor, Judy Lewis employs the methods of her ancestors to create her highly detailed handmade storyteller dolls. A one-of-a-kind artwork shaped from hand-gathered Acoma Pueblo clay, this Storyteller with Vase and Cat depicts a beautifully dressed mother with two children, a kitten and a vase. This polychrome Storyteller with Vase and Cat is hand painted with natural pigments. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico. details
$135.00
angel bailon angel
Santo Domingo Pueblo artist, Angel Bailon (who is married to a Santo Domingo Pueblo man) is allowed to make storytellers because she was born at Jemez Pueblo. These enchanting Angel Storytellers are depicted with wings and praying hands. One-of-a-kind artworks sculpted from hand-gathered clay, these polychrome Angel Storytellers are hand painted with natural pigments. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico. details
$52.48
michelangelo and the medici family
See the splendour of the Medici family and the works of Michelangelo in their family palaces. Works by Michelangelo including Night and Day and Dawn and Dusk, are contained in the palaces. One of the main attractions is the chapel of Princes; the Princes octagon shaped mausoleum is intricately decorated in polychrome marbles, mother-of-pearl, coral, and lapis-lazuli. Your private guide will escort you around the Medici Palaces and tell you fascinating stories of their extravagant lifestyle, and their relationship with Michelangelo during the Renaissance period. details
$125.00
rose pacheco feather pattern
This one-of-a-kind Rose Pacheco Feather Pattern Pot is made entirely by hand—from the hand-built coils of locally gathered clays to the hand-painted contemporary feather pattern of this striking polychrome pot. A Santo Domingo Pueblo artist, Rose Pacheco uses a yucca brush and natural pigments to decorate her Feather Pattern Pot. Fired over an outdoor pit kiln, the traditional motif is interpreted in a contemporary style. An egg white finish imparts a glossy sheen. Handcrafted in New Mexico. details
$297.00
judy lewis wedding
Part of Pueblo life for centuries, wedding vases—like this one-of-a-kind Judy Lewis Bird Wedding Vase—are considered sacred among tribal members. Award winning potter Judy Lewis of the Acoma Pueblo hand coiled and pinched clays she unearthed at the Acoma Pueblo to create the contemporary shape of this wedding vase. She painted the traditional polychrome bird design with natural pigments before firing it over an open pit kiln. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico. details
$195.00
angel bailon
Santo Domingo Pueblo artist, Angel Bailon (who is married to a Santo Domingo Pueblo man) is allowed to make storytellers like this Storyteller with Four Children because she was born at Jemez Pueblo. This Angel Bailon Storyteller depicts a seated male figure with two children on his legs, a third on his shoulder and a fourth on his head. A one-of-a-kind artwork shaped from hand-gathered clay, this polychrome Storyteller with Four Children is hand painted with natural pigments. Signed by the artist. Handcrafted in New Mexico. details
$91.99
ceramic vessel god of rain and
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$54.99
ceramic figurine feathered
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$62.99
ceramic vase maya king of tikal
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