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  • Subject - Craft: Cherokee Indian (or)
  • Subject - Group: Cherokee Indian (and)
  • Medium of Original: crafts (and)
  • Craft Category: pottery
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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: bowl

    • Youngbird, Rebecca Amanda Wolf, b. 1890
    • This undated earthenware bowl was made by Rebecca “Amanda” Wolf Youngbird, a self-taught potter of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Born on the Qualla Boundary in 1890, she was sent away at the age of 13 to attend the Indian Industrial...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Pottery: lamp

    • Youngbird, Rebecca Amanda Wolf, b. 1890
    • This undated pottery oil lamp was made by Cherokee potter Rebecca “Amanda” Wolf Youngbird, a self-taught potter of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. A shallow stable bowl form was used to burn oil to create light. The handle of this...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Pottery: lamp

    • Youngbird, Rebecca Amanda Wolf, b. 1890
    • This undated pottery oil lamp was made by Cherokee potter Rebecca “Amanda” Wolf Youngbird, a self-taught potter of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. A shallow stable bowl form was used to burn oil to create light. The handle of this...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Pottery: wedding vase

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    • 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: plate

    • Conseen, Gwen
    • This undated pottery plate was made by Cherokee potter Gwen Conseen. Its rounded form was built using the coil method, raising the sides slightly to form a shallow depression The earthenware was burnished to a light sheen before the designs were...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Pottery: plate

    • Conseen, Gwen
    • This undated pottery plate was made by Cherokee potter Gwen Conseen. Its rounded form was built using the coil method, raising the sides slightly to form a shallow depression. Its outer edge is fluted. The earthenware was burnished to a light...
    • 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: bowl

    • Jackson, Elizabeth Bigmeat, 1919-2008
    • This undated blackware pottery bowl was made by Elizabeth Bigmeat Jackson (1919-2008). Elizabeth Bigmeat was raised on Wrights Creek in the Painttown community of Cherokee, North Carolina. A member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, she was...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Pottery: water jug

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated water jug was made by Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), a renowned Cherokee potter who learned to make pottery in the traditional way from her mother, Ella Arch. Typically, she used the coil method to form her pots and paddle stamped...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Pottery: vase

    • Swimmer, Mabel Bigmeat
    • This undated blackware pottery vase was made by Mabel Bigmeat Swimmer. Mabel Bigmeat was raised on Wrights Creek in the Painttown community of Cherokee, North Carolina. A member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, she was a third-generation...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Pottery: water jug

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated water jug was made by Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), a renowned Cherokee potter who learned to make pottery in the traditional way from her mother, Ella Arch. Typically, she used the coil method to form her pots and paddle stamped...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Pottery: vase

    • Welch, Maude, b. 1894
    • This undated earthenware vase was made by Cherokee potter Maude Welch. Welch was born in 1894 near Cooper's Creek in the Birdtown section of the Qualla Boundary. Her pottery was formed entirely by hand and made from local clay. She used a...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Pottery: bowl

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

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated vase was made by Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), a renowned Cherokee potter who learned to make pottery in the traditional way from her mother, Ella Arch. Typically, she used the coil method to form her pots and paddle stamped them to...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Pottery: bowl

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated bowl was made by Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), a renowned Cherokee potter who learned to make pottery in the traditional way from her mother, Ella Arch. Typically, she used the coil method to form her pots and paddle stamped them to...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Pottery: vase

    • Welch, Maude, b. 1894
    • This earthenware vase was made by Cherokee potter Maude Welch. Welch was born in 1894 near Cooper's Creek in the Birdtown section of the Qualla Boundary. Her pottery was formed entirely by hand and made from local clay. She used a variety of...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Pottery: vase

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated vase was made by Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), a renowned Cherokee potter who learned to make pottery in the traditional way from her mother, Ella Arch. Typically, she used the coil method to form her pots and paddle stamped them to...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Pottery: vase

    • Wahnetah, Cora Arch, 1907-1986;
    • This undated vase was made by Cora Arch Wahnetah (1907-1986), a renowned Cherokee potter who learned to make pottery in the traditional way from her mother, Ella Arch. Typically, she used the coil method to form her pots and paddle stamped them to...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;

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