Native American Pottery-Authentic Acoma Pueblo Pottery-Etched Horsehair Corn Dancer Pot-Gary Yellow Corn Louis
Native American-100% Authentic Acoma Pueblo Pottery-Acoma Pueblo horsehair pot with etched Corn Dancer design by Acoma Pueblo potter Gary Yellow Corn Louis. Piece is signed on bottom by artist.
Horse Hair Pottery gets its name and distinctive look from the use of horse hair (mane and tail) added to the clay. It is said that horse hair pottery was first discovered by a pueblo artisan whose long hair blew up against new pottery she was removing from a hot kiln. The hair stuck to the pot and quickly carbonized. She was so taken by the beautiful design that she copied it using hairs from a horse's tail
Size: Approx. 3 1/2" tall, 4 1/2" wide
Artist: Gary Yellow Corn Louis
Collector card included.
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