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Circa: 2013
Condition: new, very good
Size: 7 1/4 inches wide 4 inched tall
Type: Native American Myron Charlie Navajo Pottery
Country of Origin: US
Manufacturer: Native American Myron Charlie Navajo Pottery
Author: Native American Myron Charlie Navajo Pottery USA
Native American Vivid etched pot with kokopelli design and turquoise
Myron Charlie was born into the Navajo Nation in 1975 and began his interest in pottery when he was 14 inspired by his mother Susie Charlie who is credited for etching on pottery. She taught her son to paint colors and etch pottery free hand. Myron crafts different shapes and sizes wedding vases seed pots with feather designs and geometric accenting the pottery with inlaid turquoise stones. Myron is related to Susie Charlie (mother), Terri Charlie (sister), Brandon and Michael Charlie (brothers) Signed Myron H. Charlie Navajo.

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