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  • Title: Pottery: vase (and)
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    •  Pottery: vase

    • Youngbird, Rebecca Amanda Wolf, b. 1890
    • This pottery vase was made in 1961 by self-taught Cherokee potter Rebecca "Amanda" Wolf Youngbird. A double-spouted vase, like this one, is known as a Cherokee wedding vase. The earthenware clay was shaped using the coil method, and was burnished,...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    •  Pottery: vase

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated pottery vase was made by Cherokee potter, Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), who is also known as Cora Wahyahneetah. A double-spouted vase, like this one, is known as a Cherokee wedding vase. The earthenware clay was shaped using the...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    •  Pottery: vase

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated pottery vase was made by Cherokee potter, Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), who is also known as Cora Wahyahneetah. A double-spouted vase, like this one, is known as a Cherokee wedding vase. The earthenware clay was shaped using the...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    •  Pottery: vase

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated pottery vase was made by Cherokee potter Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), whose is also known as Cora Wahyahneetah. A double-spouted vase, like this one, is known as a Cherokee wedding vase. The white earthenware clay was shaped using...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    •  Pottery: vase

    • Swimmer, Jill
    • This pottery vase was made in 1992 by Jill Swimmer, granddaughter of Cherokee potter Amanda Swimmer. At the time she made this vase, Jill Swimmer was just six years old. A double-spouted vase is known as a Cherokee wedding vase. The earthenware...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    •  Pottery: vase

    • Jackson, Elizabeth Bigmeat, 1919-2008
    • This undated pottery vase was made by Cherokee potter Elizabeth Bigmeat Jackson (1919–2008). A double-spouted vase, like this one, is known as a Cherokee wedding vase. The earthenware clay was shaped using the coil method, and was burnished,...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    •  Pottery: wedding vase

    • Swimmer, Amanda Sequoyah, 1921-
    • This undated wedding vase was made by Amanda Sequoyah Swimmer, a self-taught potter of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. The youngest of 12 children, she was born in 1921 and raised in the Straight Fork section of Big Cove, a remote section of...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    •  Pottery: wedding vase

    • unknown
    • It is not known who made this undated Cherokee-style vase in the collection of Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual. A clay vessel with a double spout such as this is known as a wedding vase. The form was of western Indian origin and began to be made by...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    •  Pottery: wedding vase

    • Swimmer, Amanda;
    • This double-spouted wedding vase was made from natural, unglazed clay; the outside has been burnished. The base is incised with hearts and “Amanda Swimmer". The artist is Amanda Sequoyah Swimmer (b. 1921), a self-taught potter of the Eastern...
    • Southern Highland Craft Guild;
    •  Pottery: wedding vase

    • unknown; Maney, Louise Bigmeat, 1932-2001
    • This undated photograph by an unknown photographer is of a blackware pottery wedding vase made by Louise Bigmeat Maney (1932-2001). The form is known as a seven-sided peace pipe. Louise Bigmeat was raised on Wrights Creek in the Painttown...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;

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