Rainy was was taught the art of working the clay by her famous mother, and signs all of her work with her mother's hallmark feather, along with her name, Rainy. Rainy has produced an incredible amount of work and has been distinguished by numerous awards in exhibitions and competitions throughout the Southwest, including blue ribbons at the prestigious Santa Fe Indian Market, the Eight Northern Indian Art Show, and the Annual Heard Museum Show. She is known for the sharpness and precision of her lines, the thinness of her pottery and her detailed work. The History of Native American Seed Pots. Traditionally, seed pots were used to store just what their name suggestsseeds.
But these containers were different from other Native American Indian pottery wares. Seed pots were designed to protect the seeds for next years planting from rodents and insects. A wide-mouthed vessel like a traditional bowl, jar or olla could not keep vermin out. So, seed pots were created with only a tiny hole that would allow one seed to be dropped in at a time.
When the time for spring planting came, the seed pots would be smashed so all the seeds collected during the winter months could be used. On jewelry items the cost for combining runs around the same as just one item.
Nothing is ever overcharged here. The item "Rainy Naha Hopi Stunning Hopi Pottery Black White SEED POT AMAZING Detail" is in sale since Tuesday, February 23, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery". The seller is "tributesntreasures" and is located in Encino, California.
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