Native American Hilda Whitegoat Navajo Pottery Southwestern Clay Pot Signed 6
Native American Hilda Whitegoat Navajo Pottery Southwestern Clay Pot Signed 6. Recently acquired from a fine estate, we are pleased to offer you this gorgeous item for your consideration. It is fine quality and would make the perfect addition to your collection or given as a gift! Item: Hilda Whitegoat medium Navajo etched pot - signed. Theme: Textured clay pot with geometric etched designs. Size: 6" tall by 6" diameter at widest point. Note: Excellent condition, absolutely stunning, a rare find. Hilda Whitegoat is a full blooded Native American Indian. She was born in 1967 into the Navajo Nation. Hilda was inspired to continue a long lived tradition of working with art by observing her sister, Susie Charlie, work on her pottery. Susie, who is credited with pioneering the popular Navajo Etched Pottery, shared the techniques of constructing the popular art form known today as Navajo Etched Pottery with Hilda.
Hilda began crafting pottery at the age of 23, in 1989. Hilda paints on ceramic pottery and uses a sharp blade to hand etch on the pottery.
Then, she fires her pottery in a kiln. She paints and etches on all sizes of ceramic ware available to her.
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Thank you for your business and God Bless America! The item "Native American Hilda Whitegoat Navajo Pottery Southwestern Clay Pot Signed 6" is in sale since Tuesday, January 26, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery". The seller is "parkhillstore" and is located in Melissa, Texas.
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- Provenance: Ownership History Available
- Artisan: Hilda Whitegoat
- Origin: Native American Indian Navajo etched pottery
- Tribal Affiliation: Navajo Nation
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States