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Dried cottonwood root in its natural shape is lightly carved to represent the Pot Carrier Kachina.

Dried cottonwood root in its natural shape is lightly carved to represent the Pot Carrier Kachina.

Hilili Kachina is traditionally hand carved of dried cottonwood root by Hopi artist Kevin Chavarria of First Mesa.

Hilili Kachina is traditionally hand carved of dried cottonwood root by Hopi artist Kevin Chavarria of First Mesa.

This is the kind of pottery you would buy on vacation when you travelled to the Pueblos of New Mexico, small enough to easily carry home.

This is the kind of pottery you would buy on vacation when you travelled to the Pueblos of New Mexico, small enough to easily carry home.

Four coyotes surround this hand crafted clay wedding vase by famed Navajo Indian artists Bertha and Silas Claw. One is howling to bring the rain, the others are just being coyotes.

Four coyotes surround this hand crafted clay wedding vase by famed Navajo Indian artists Bertha and Silas Claw. One is howling to bring the rain, the others are just being coyotes.

Hopi Flat doll known as the Grandmother by AuthenticNativeMade, $20.00

Hopi Flat doll known as the Grandmother by AuthenticNativeMade, $20.00

The round up is on! The cowboy herds the red cows with the aid of the cattle dog, nicely laid out around the body of the pottery jar.

The round up is on! The cowboy herds the red cows with the aid of the cattle dog, nicely laid out around the body of the pottery jar.

Cottonwood root Hopi Katsina Carving

Cottonwood root Hopi Katsina Carving

"From the Blue World" by Peterson Yazzie

"From the Blue World" by Peterson Yazzie

Santa and his reindeer are delivering in the snow storm on this hand crafted clay wedding vase by famed Navajo Indian artists Bertha and Silas Claw.

Santa and his reindeer are delivering in the snow storm on this hand crafted clay wedding vase by famed Navajo Indian artists Bertha and Silas Claw.

Just in time for Easter!  Two Easter bunnies and colored eggs adorn this Navajo pottery wedding vase by Bertha and Silas Claw.

Just in time for Easter! Two Easter bunnies and colored eggs adorn this Navajo pottery wedding vase by Bertha and Silas Claw.

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