Jacqueline Shutiva Corn Bowl-Indian Pueblo Store
Jacqueline Shutiva Corn Bowl-Indian Pueblo Store
Jacqueline Shutiva Corn Bowl-Indian Pueblo Store
Jacqueline Shutiva Corn Bowl-Indian Pueblo Store
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Jacqueline Shutiva Corn Seed Pot

Item Number: 013596
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$ 160.00
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Description

Handcrafted by Acoma Pueblo artist Jacqueline Shutiva, this beautiful cream colored seed pot was created using the traditional horizontal coil method and features a three-dimensional corn atop. While primarily decorative today, seed pots were used historically  used as vessels to store seeds until planting season. 

An exuberant and inspiring piece this is a fine example of Jacqueline's skill and her dedication to keeping traditional alive.

Seed pot measures 6-1/2" long by 6-1/2 wide and stands 5-1/2" tall. Comes with certificate of authentic. 

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