Sandra Victorino is a full blooded Native American Indian born into the Pueblo of Acoma in 1958. She was inspired to learn the art of hand coiling pottery from admiring her famous Aunt, Dorothy Torivio, who was one of Acoma’s finest potters.

Sandra Victorino is a full blooded Native American Indian born into the Pueblo of Acoma in 1958. She was inspired to learn the art of hand coiling pottery from admiring her famous Aunt, Dorothy Torivio, who was one of Acoma’s finest potters.

The Mimbres, an ancient Native American people, are part of the cultural history of the American Southwest. They lived in the desert valleys of southwestern New Mexico along small rivers flowing from the surrounding mountains and in parts of Arizona and northern Mexico. For a relatively short period—from A.D. 850 to 1150—they made astonishingly beautiful pottery

The Mimbres, an ancient Native American people, are part of the cultural history of the American Southwest. They lived in the desert valleys of southwestern New Mexico along small rivers flowing from the surrounding mountains and in parts of Arizona and northern Mexico. For a relatively short period—from A.D. 850 to 1150—they made astonishingly beautiful pottery

Ancient Native American Indian Southwestern Pottery, Older Museum markings on bottom.(Large) [Height/Length (in)= 9.25, Width (in)=11.5, Depth (in)=N/A, Weight (lbs)=5] With C.O.A. signed by Chief Joe Dan Osceola & Seminole Tribe.

Ancient Native American Indian Southwestern Pottery, Older Museum markings on bottom.(Large) [Height/Length (in)= 9.25, Width (in)=11.5, Depth (in)=N/A, Weight (lbs)=5] With C.O.A. signed by Chief Joe Dan Osceola & Seminole Tribe.

The Mimbres, an ancient Native American people, are part of the cultural history of the American Southwest. They lived in the desert valleys of southwestern New Mexico along small rivers flowing from the surrounding mountains and in parts of Arizona and northern Mexico. For a relatively short period—from A.D. 850 to 1150—they made astonishingly beautiful pottery

The Mimbres, an ancient Native American people, are part of the cultural history of the American Southwest. They lived in the desert valleys of southwestern New Mexico along small rivers flowing from the surrounding mountains and in parts of Arizona and northern Mexico. For a relatively short period—from A.D. 850 to 1150—they made astonishingly beautiful pottery

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