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B. Yale

1980s Native American Kokopelli Design Raku Style Studio Design Pottery USA

1980s Native American Kokopelli Design Raku Style Studio Design Pottery USA

Regular price $39.95 USD
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LIke New, Old Store Stock.  This is a beautiful hand thrown Raku studio pottery vase with a Kokopelli design painted on the front in black. When under the light it brings to life sparkling iridescent hues of gold, copper, purple and silver colors. Vivid colors encompass the exterior and inside opening of vase. The vase has a Rustic Primitive look and feel. Artist is B Yale. This is my last piece of his pottery in my inventory. 

  • Height:           5”
  • Width:            11 1/2” Circumference at widest part
  • Opening:        2 1/2”                    
  • Base:             3”     

Raku style firing gives each piece unique coloring.  This vase is in excellent condition.

Kokopelli is a fertility deity, usually depicted as a humpbacked flute player (often with feathers or antenna-like protrusions on his head), who is venerated by some Native American cultures in the Southwestern United States. Like most fertility deities, Kokopelli presides over both childbirth and agriculture. In the hump on his back he carries the seeds of plants and flowers revealing him as symbol of Fertility. The music of the flute symbolizes warmth.

A vintage signed Southwest pottery design to add to your art collection. Would display nicely on a shelf with other similar collectables.

Items that I sell that are marked vintage, antique or collectible may show some signs of wear to the original boxes or original package when available.  See pictures for detail.  All of my items come from a smoke-free environment.  I do combine shipping on multiple items.

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