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Quick history lesson:
Nemadji pottery, or "Indian Pottery" was made in the Arrowhead region of Minnesota starting in the 1920s. While never actually made by American Indians, it was a style of pottery created to be reminiscent of the vessels they made long ago with clay from the Nemadji river. The distinctive marbleized pattern was hand painted to look like the real thing and these decorative pieces were marketed for the tourist trade. No two are exactly alike, which makes it fun to collect.
»» Measures 4 3/4" high x 4 3/4" wide, mouth measures 2 1/2" across
»» Superb vintage condition! No noticeable defects.
This item will be shipped USPS anywhere in the U.S. without insurance, unless you choose to add it (recommended for fragile items). Please convo me about International shipping, combined shipping or local pickup before purchase and I will adjust the listing before checkout.
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