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1-2-3 Native American Indian Pottery & Gifts
offer an extensive collection of hand painted American Indian art from the high plateau country of the West.

Andrea Fisher
Specializes in American Indian pottery of the Southwest.

Andrews Pueblo Pottery
Andrews Pueblo Pottery in Old Town Albuquerque is a family-owned business that has offered exceptional Native American pottery since 1974. Our inventory also has expanded to include Native American basketry, fetish carvings, beadwork and jewelry as well as pottery from the Village of Mata Ortiz in Chihuahua, Mexico.

C&D Gifts
Native American arts. Specializing in Indian pottery from the following Pueblos and Reservations: Acoma, Hopi, Cochiti, Jemez, Navajo, Santa Clara, Santo Domingo, San Ildefonso, Zuni, Zia, San Juan, and Hopi Kachinas.

Chief Joseph
Chief Joseph provides Native American Pottery and Rugs with one of the largest selections online. Also on ebay at user id: ChiefJoseph99

Lucy Lewis - famous Native American potter of the Acoma Pueblo, in America's southwest. (Article)

Lucy Martin Lewis
One of the so-called matriarchs of American Indian pottery, Lucy Martin Lewis was born and raised on Sky City mesa, a land formation 500 feet off the ground in Acoma Pueblo, west of Albuquerque, New Mexico. (Bio)

Maria Martinez, pueblo potter of the Southwest lived in the San Ildefonso pueblo in northern New Mexico, where she made traditional Native American wares. (Article)

Maria Martinez
Few craft artists, Native American or otherwise, can claim worldwide fame and appreciation, but these accompanied the life of potter Maria Martinez of San Ildefonso Pueblo. (Homepage)

Pueblo Pottery Maine
Pueblo Pottery Maine provides quality, traditional and contemporary, Native American pueblo pottery from the Southwest United States to both retail and wholesale buyers throughout the Americas and Europe.

Southwestern Pottery
Southwestern Pottery Division of the Ozark Mountain Trading post. The pottery we specialize in is made by people whose ancestors were practicing this art long before Cortez and his Conquistadors explored our region. (which is now New Mexico and Arizona)



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