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Native American Navajo Horse Hair Pottery
Native American horse hair pottery made famous by the Navajo Indians is a traditional style pottery is very special. Handmade, each piece is unique and are very popular in the four corners area of the Navajo Nation in Arizona as well as the Pueblos of New Mexico. Authentic Native American Navajo horsehair pottery is becoming harder to find, is one of the classic icons of southwest Indian pottery and is highly collected.
Sometimes hand etching, this pottery gets its name from the fact that the artist throws real horse hair on the pottery as they are fired to burn a unique design into the finish. Horse hair pottery is perfect for both collectors and southwest home decorating or western decor and cowboy ranch themes.
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