Cedar Mesa Pottery
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Our Cedar Mesa Pottery Factory is now showcasing authentic Native American Pottery or Indian Pottery online. Don't be fooled by pottery that looks Native American. Cedar Mesa Pottery is different. It IS Native American Pottery. Each piece is handcrafted using modern techniques and signed by Navajo pottery artists. In addition, each piece comes with the exclusive Cedar Mesa Pottery Certificate of Authenticity or story card. Click on a painting style name at the right to see and select your purchase from the Cedar Mesa Pottery, Hozoni Pottery and the Themes collection. All lines include such traditional native designs as the Wedding Vase, Wind Bell, Bear Figure, the Turtle Legend and Kokopelli the humpbacked flute player.
Orders are Guaranteed against Breakage and normally ship in 2 or 3 days. You will be notified if there is any delay expected. If time is of the essence please call for availability. If you buy more than one piece the difference in the shipping is minimal. Please visit our store often to see the ever changing variety of shapes and designs as well as new product and special offers and special pieces from our Collector Gallery. If you don't see what you are looking for please call (435) 678-2241, we may have other options. Not everything can be displayed online at once but you can Flip through our Current Catalog then call for custom retail pricing or a Wholesale Catalog.
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The hunchbacked flute player is a deity rooted deep in Anasazi traditions. His mythology is still present in the traditions of many pueblo peoples. To the Hopi, he is Kokopelli, influential in fertility and abundance, whether it be the hunt, the fields or human reproduction. This figure is...
The humpbacked flute player is a deity rooted deep in Anasazi traditions and is still rampant in the pantheons of many pueblo peoples. To the Hopi he is Kokopelli, influential in fertility and abundance, whether it be in the hunt, the fields, or human reproduction. His presence in the Colorado...
The name Rainbow Pottery comes from Naatsiilid (Not See Lid) the Navajo word for rainbow. Each piece of Rainbow Pottery is unique. The artist will paint whatever color combinations feel right or appeal to them at the moment. Therefore it is important to note that what-you-see is not-what-you-get...
The figures depicted on this pottery are representative of those chisled into canyon walls by the Anasazi, an ancient civilization of the desert southwest. The petroglyphs and muted geometric shapes give a glimps into the life of ancient rock artists who diappeared long ago. The shadow of their...