Please check our Tucson fetish gallery for a traditional style fetish jar.

Above is a style of Zuni olla that dates to the 1800s.. 5.75 by 8 inches. $270.

Bobby Silas of Hopi and Tim Edaakie of Zuni have formed an incredible pottery-making team.Below is another collaboration of theirs with a Zuni water creature wearing a cloud hat with turquoise and coral beads attached at each of the four cardinal directions. 5 inches high and 6.5 inches across. $450. ON LAYAWAY

BOTH IN TUCSON

 

 

The Zuni polychrome jar at right is by Carlos Laate, stands just over 7 inches high and is $230. (SANTA FE)

The one above is by Anderson Peynetsa and measures 6.75 inches high and 7.75 inches across. $250. (SANTA FE)

 

 

A Zuni polychrome water jar commonly known as a wedding vase. 8 inches high, it was made by Carlos Laate and Roxanne Seoutewa. $300. (TUCSON)

The innovative pottery artist Alan Lasiloo made this raku-fired vase with a deer motif. 3.75 inches high. $160. The next one is by Darla Westika. Her dragonfly bowl is 3 1/8 by 4 inches and $70.  (SANTA FE) 

The owl effigies are by Carlos Laate and his wife Roxanne Seoutewa. They are 5 inches high and $120 each. They also made the two small jars at right, each 2.75 by 3.25 inches and $110. The background clay is actually a much warmer tone than the photo reveals.(Tucson).