The ruins of the cliff dwellings and villages of the Anasazi have yielded finely decorated pottery with unique geometric designs. These echoes of the past have inspired today's artists at Ute Mountain Indian pottery to create this vibrant piece of Native ceramics.
The clay is poured by hand into ceramic molds, then turned and cleaned. The pottery is glazed by hand and fired in modern kilns. Each piece is signed by the artist.
Colors may vary.
8" deep x 9½" tall.