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Thomas G. Natseway is a full blooded Native American Indian. He is internationally reputed as a consummate miniaturist, recreating historic pottery in doll-house sizes. An acknowledged master of his chosen art, he has won innumerable awards, including 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards at the 1990 Indian Market in Santa Fe. He has become one of the finest miniaturists in the country. He was born on April 19, 1953 into the Laguna Pueblo. He was taught all the fundamentals of constructing handmade pottery using the ancient traditional hand coiling method by his relatives and his wife, Charmae from the Acoma Pueblo. He specializes in hand coiled and hand painted miniature pottery. he gathers all the raw clays and natural vegetation from within the Acoma and Laguna Pueblo. He breaks down the raw clumps into a fine powder and hand mixes with water. Once the clay is mixed to a fine medium, he rolls out the moist clay into snake like coils and begins building forms. His pieces are so difficult to construct because a finger usually doesn’t fit inside the lip of the vessels. He hand paints each piece carefully and fires his pottery in a kiln. He signs his pottery as: Thomas Natseway. He is related to: Charmae Natseway (wife), and Peter & Betty Natseway (parents).
This piece is part of my personal collection and is 0.5" tall and 0.75" wide. It is in pristine condition, was displayed in a glass case, or stored in a smoke free home.
Thomas G. Natseway is a full blooded Native American Indian. He is internationally reputed as a consummate miniaturist, recreating historic pottery in doll-house sizes. An acknowledged master of his chosen art, he has won innumerable awards, including 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards at the 1990 Indian Market in Santa Fe. He has become one of the finest miniaturists in the country. He was born on April 19, 1953 into the Laguna Pueblo. He was taught all the fundamentals of constructing handmade pottery using the ancient traditional hand coiling method by his relatives and his wife, Charmae from the Acoma Pueblo. He specializes in hand coiled and hand painted miniature pottery. he gathers all the raw clays and natural vegetation from within the Acoma and Laguna Pueblo. He breaks down the raw clumps into a fine powder and hand mixes with water. Once the clay is mixed to a fine medium, he rolls out the moist clay into snake like coils and begins building forms. His pieces are so difficult to construct because a finger usually doesn’t fit inside the lip of the vessels. He hand paints each piece carefully and fires his pottery in a kiln. He signs his pottery as: Thomas Natseway. He is related to: Charmae Natseway (wife), and Peter & Betty Natseway (parents).
This piece is part of my personal collection and is 0.5" tall and 0.75" wide. It is in pristine condition, was displayed in a glass case, or stored in a smoke free home.

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  • Material: Natural area clay
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