This pot is in excellent original as-new condition. It has no chips, cracks, cosmetic issues, or repairs. Jemez artists are among our favorites of Native American potters and through time we have acquired a modest collection of Jemez pots. This redware pot painted with traditional Jemez symbols can be an excellent start of your collection of Native American Pueblo pottery, or be a unique beautiful addition to your already impressive collection.
It is guaranteed to be one of the most strikingly distinctive pots in your collection! We hope you recognize the fair pricing available on the Native American art we have listed. Some of the pieces have been in the family for many years; other pieces were taken in trade from the artists who wanted opal to innovate unique styles of jewelry. We were proud to be one of the first reliable sources of natural Australian opal.
We appreciate your business and thank you for trusting Outback Oz Opal. Outback Oz Opal began as a two-Geologist family unit in the middle of a street in Coober Pedy, South Australia where we bought from a gem cutter some finished Opal stones and rough Opal to cut and sell in the US. We learned so much about grading and cutting from them. Ultimately one miner stored hundreds of pounds of his rough in a SeaLand container on our property to avoid the expense of returning with unsold goods to Australia. What a dream hobby for two Geologists!
But, as is always the case, life happened - a great job opportunity for the Dad in another state and Military service for the Grandson, who had grown up in the business and cut his first Opal fetish when he was in Kindergarten. Thank you for looking at our listings and for placing your trust in Outback Oz Opal. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American: US\1935-Now\Pottery". The seller is "oznazopal" and is located in this country: US.