Hand Crafted Eagle And Hummingbird Navajo Vase ZX116548

Availability: Out of stock

Regular Price: $359.98

Special Price $179.99

Vase measures approximately 10" tall, 7-1/2" wide and is 24" in circumference (around its widest point).

This gorgeous Native American pottery is hand etched and painted by Navajo artist Sheyla Watchman, with spectacular traditional patterns, beautiful colors, a butterfly, a hummingbird, and an eagle. The vase is signed Navajo and by the artist. 

The butterfly is a symbol of change, joy and color. The exquisite butterfly was considered a miracle of transformation and resurrection.

Hummingbirds are mainly known to be defenders of their territory. Many times stronger than their small size would indicate.

The eagle is known to be the master of the sky; he is considered to be a carrier of prayers. Many of the Indian Nations admire the eagle for bravery and special connections to the creator.

Additional Info

Additional Info
SKUZX116548
Material DetailsOther
Measurements and InfoVase measures approximately 10" tall, 7-1/2" wide and is 24" in circumference (around its widest point).
StampedBy Artist, Navajo
CategoriesPottery
ArtistShyla Watchman
TribeNavajo
Setting TypeNo
Number Of StonesNo
Item ColorNo
Item Color PrimaryNo
Item Color SecondaryNo
Animal or SymbolEagle, Butterfly, Bird

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