Christine Teller 5 Children Storyteller-Indian Pueblo Store
Christine Teller 5 Children Storyteller-Indian Pueblo Store
Christine Teller 5 Children Storyteller-Indian Pueblo Store
Christine Teller 5 Children Storyteller-Indian Pueblo Store
Christine Teller 5 Children Storyteller-Indian Pueblo Store
Christine Teller 5 Children Storyteller-Indian Pueblo Store
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Christine Teller Storyteller with Five Children

Item Number: 008254
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Description

This traditional storyteller was handcrafted by Isleta Pueblo artist Christine "Chris" Teller, daughter of legendary potter Stella Teller. Inspired to carry on the tradition of working with clay by her mother, Chris has made her own name in the world of Pueblo pottery as a skilled artist, and is one of only a handful of artists carrying on the pottery and storyteller legacy in Isleta Pueblo. Constructed by hand from natural clay, the storyteller features traditional designs and has five children figures upon her lap. In her families unique style, Chris has created a breathtaking work of art that will be treasured for generations. 

Storyteller measures 5" long by 3-3/4" wide and stands 5-1/2" tall. Comes with certificate of authenticity. 

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