Pottery Storyteller Dolls

Mom's favorite! The Pueblo Indians have been making these Storyteller themed items since 1964 when the first figure was made by Helen Cordero. She wanted to represent her memories of her grandfather, Santiago Quintana, and his gift of storytelling. Quintana, as well as members of the Pueblo tribes since ancient times, preserved their life stories and traditions through the art of storytelling. Female figurines have bowls, males often have drums.
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Story Teller Native American Pottery Dena M Suina Cochiti 22 Children Signed | eBay
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Story Teller Native American Pottery Dena M Suina Cochiti 22 Children Signed | eBay

Story Teller Native American Pottery Dena M Suina Cochiti 22 Children Signed | eBay

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Vintage Native American JUANITA MARTINEZ Taos/Jemez Pueblo Pottery STORYTELLER handmade 8 babies

Vintage Native American JUANITA MARTINEZ Taos/Jemez Pueblo Pottery STORYTELLER handmade 8 babies

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#adobegallery - Seated Female Cochiti Storyteller Holding 3 Kids. Rufina Trujillo (1936-2007)      Category: Figurines     Origin: Cochiti Pueblo     Medium: clay, pigment     Size: 4-1/4” height x 4” depth x 3-1/4” width     Item # C3688.27

#adobegallery - Seated Female Cochiti Storyteller Holding 3 Kids. Rufina Trujillo (1936-2007) Category: Figurines Origin: Cochiti Pueblo Medium: clay, pigment Size: 4-1/4” height x 4” depth x 3-1/4” width Item # C3688.27

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