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sold! 1st PRIZE XVI Annual Pottery Contest , 'New Proposals'

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Price: $1,075.00
Availability: SOLD! :) Please, order a simmilar one... or continue shopping!

 

FOUR CLAYS in one piece of art. Naty Ortega's daugther 

This piece stands approx. 11.5''H 26" Girth
 
Signed by ARACELY DOMINGUEZ NUÑEZ
 
(Prize Ribbon included)
 
 
Extremelly detailed
Aracely won the 1st place prize at the 
Annual Mata Ortiz Pottery Contest 
on the New Proposals categorie.
In this piece you fpound 4 color of clay decorated on contrasting mineal desings.
SUGGESTED RETAIL  $2,000
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LAYAWAY PLAN AVAILABLE

You can se it in eBay here: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=261244012617&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT  

UNIQUE

ORIGINAL ITEM !

This is a family tradition.

just 'old ancient style fired!

Includes crocheted clay ring stand for Free!

My pictures do not do justice to this beauties!

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STAND RING!

Please NOTE:

Mata Ortiz pottery is Collectable Art 100% Hand made and fired as the ancient Paquime-Casas Grandes Indians. They are fired directly on the floor, using wood or cow pats as fuel, (and in some cases, as well as in an electric or gas kiln, in order to preserve nature). 

The results is a magnificent piece of Art on Clay.

     You can set inside a plastic bag with loose sand, not tight; (use *soft, *dry and *loose desert/beach sand), to increase pottery stability.

 

         To clean, use a soft feathers duster only.

              NOT INTENDED TO USE FOR FOOD OR BEVERAGES.

                   ONLY FOR DISPLAY-DECORATION.

                         NOT WATER TIGHTPlease, don't expose to water.

 

 
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