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A Nemadji pottery vase, with marbled green with orange accents.

Although known as "Indian Pottery", Nemadji Pottery was actually created in Minnesota by children of Scandinavian immigrants. The clay used to create this pottery was found in the Nemadji River in Minnesota and the colorful swirled pottery was marketed as "indian inspired".

Another persistent myth about Nemadji pottery is that the colorful swirl are formed by the firing of the clay, but apparently this is only a myth and the colors are in fact painted on.

Petitie, unglazed vase is in excellent vintage condition and is glazed on the interior so that it may hold water.

Mark: Nemadji Pottery

3 1/2" height x 3" diameter at the widest point.

Nemadji Pottery Vase


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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