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Jemez Pueblo Storytellers - Native American Indian storyteller dolls are a relatively new form of pottery art. The first storyteller figurine was crafted by Cochiti Pueblo (NM) potter Helen Cordero in 1963. The figure represented her grandfather telling old Native American Indian tales to the Pueblo children.    The term "storyteller" has become generic and is now used to describe not only male figures, but females, clowns, mudheads, frogs, owls, turtles, coyotes ...nearly any figure.

Jemez Pueblo Storytellers - Native American Indian storyteller dolls are a…

Folk Art Wood Carvings by Hector Rascon - Hand-carved wooden figures by one of New Mexico's best-known folk artists. Choose from San Pasqual, St. Francis and angels. Hector Rascon specializes in carving saints (santos) and angels from cottonwood and aspen trees. He uses a chainsaw, eight very sharp chisels, and a band saw. His creations feature incredibly sensitive, soulful faces, and they reflect his spirit in their eyes. (Some folks say Hector's santos looks like Hector!)

Folk Art Wood Carvings by Hector Rascon - Hand-carved wooden figures by one of…

Luminarias (Farolitos) - Traditional Electric Bags of Light - The ultimate in Southwest holiday decorating. Casts a warm and welcoming glow.

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Pueblo-Style Ornaments - These ornaments are handmade by artists from the Jemez Pueblo, which is one of the 19 pueblos located in New Mexico. Jemez is known for the beautiful red clay used for pottery, and its people are known internationally for their beautiful arts and crafts.  Choose from the following: Water Jug, Chile Pepper, Angel, or Koshare (sacred Pueblo clown). Handmade, so each piece is somewhat unique and may not exactly resemble the image shown. Initialed by the artist.

Pueblo-Style Ornaments - These ornaments are handmade by artists from the Jemez Pueblo, which is one of the 19 pueblos located in New Mexico. Jemez is known for the beautiful red clay used for pottery, and its people are known internationally for their beautiful arts and crafts. Choose from the following: Water Jug, Chile Pepper, Angel, or Koshare (sacred Pueblo clown). Handmade, so each piece is somewhat unique and may not exactly resemble the image shown. Initialed by the artist.

Navajo ''Yei'' Ornament - These colorful ornaments a fun addition to any holiday tree. Handcrafted and painted by Navajo artisans. Yei is actually the abbreviated word for the special category of Holy People in Navajo mythology known as YeiBeiChei. There are many Yeis each possessing different healing powers.

Navajo ''Yei'' Ornament - These colorful ornaments a fun addition to any holiday tree. Handcrafted and painted by Navajo artisans. Yei is actually the abbreviated word for the special category of Holy People in Navajo mythology known as YeiBeiChei. There are many Yeis each possessing different healing powers.

Navajo Medicine Wheel - A symbol of peaceful interaction among all living beings on Earth. Handmade in New Mexico by Navajo artisans. Beautifully crafted out of animal-hide, antler, beads and feathers, this Medicine Wheel is round to represent the circle of life. Birth to death, sorrow to happiness, rich and poor, good and bad - it is the endless circle of life. Inside the circle are the four winds, directions, seasons, and times of the day.

Originally, medicine wheels were stone structures constructed by a large number of the tribes or nations of indigenous peoples of America for religious, ritual, healing, and teaching purposes. Medicine wheels are still "opened" or inaugurated in Native

Handprinted Retablos - Welcome the patron saints into your home with these classical images. - Choose from 21 of the most popular Catholic saints, on wall hanging or ornaments. - Taos, NM artist Lynn Garlick has made a name for herself as a retabalero. She paints full-size versions of dozens of Catholic saints of her own design in the classical style. She then hand-prints small versions of these paintings onto Masonite and pine boards you see here.

Saint Cecilia - The patron saint of composers, musicians, and music from Made in New Mexico Handprinted on masonite or pine by Taos artist Lynn Garlick

Navajo Etchware Ornament - Etchware is a relatively new form of Navajo pottery. Each piece starts with a raw clay casting which is then painted and hand cut into intricate geometric patterns by the artist. Each ornament is one-of-a-kind - please allow for variations in color and design  Includes a card with the name and photo of the Navajo artist  Signed by the artist  Measures approx. 3" (7.6 cm) in diameter  Shipping weight: 1 lb. (0.45 Kg)

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Native American Dreamcatcher - Common to many Native American nations, dreamcatchers are typically made from sinew strands woven in a web around a small round or tear-shaped frame. The resulting "dream-catcher" is hung as a charm on or near the bed to protect sleeping children from nightmares. The legend is that the bad dreams will get caught in the web. Feathers are often used as decoration so that good dreams could pass through the web and slide down the feathers to the sleeper.

Native American Dreamcatcher - Common to many Native American nations, dreamcatchers are typically made from sinew strands woven in a web around a small round or tear-shaped frame. The resulting "dream-catcher" is hung as a charm on or near the bed to protect sleeping children from nightmares. The legend is that the bad dreams will get caught in the web. Feathers are often used as decoration so that good dreams could pass through the web and slide down the feathers to the sleeper.

2013 American Indian Cloth Calendars - Produced by Tewa Tees, a Santa Fe, NM-based and Native American-owned manufacturer. Betty Tsosie, from New Mexico's Santa Clara Pueblo, is the founder, supervising designer and inspiration behind Tewa Tees. Two styles to choose from. Images printed on durable, unbleached muslin cloth.   Plastic dowel for easy hanging included.   Measures 27" (68.6 cm) long and 16-1/2" (41.9 cm) wide.  Shipping weight: 1.0 lbs. (0.45 Kg)

2013 American Indian Cloth Calendars - Produced by Tewa Tees, a Santa Fe, NM-based and Native American-owned manufacturer. Betty Tsosie, from New Mexico's Santa Clara Pueblo, is the founder, supervising designer and inspiration behind Tewa Tees. Two styles to choose from. Images printed on durable, unbleached muslin cloth. Plastic dowel for easy hanging included. Measures 27" (68.6 cm) long and 16-1/2" (41.9 cm) wide. Shipping weight: 1.0 lbs. (0.45 Kg)

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