Pot measures approximately 6-1/4" tall, 4-3/4" wide and is 14-1/2" in circumference (around its widest point).
This beautiful style of Navajo art is called horse hair pottery because actual horse hair is added to the pottery at just the right moment in the firing process to melt the hairs into the pottery, creating unique and incredible designs. There are two Turquoise stones in the pottery. This outstanding Native American Pot is hand etched and painted, by Navajo artist Myron Charley. The pot is signed Navajo and by the artist.
The Kokopelli is a common fertility symbol throughout the Southwest. In Native American beliefs, the Kokopelli visits various communities, seducing and impregnating the young women drawn to the tones of his flute playing.
Myron Charley is a Native American artist born into the Navajo Nation in 1975. His mother, Susie Charley, was an inspiration for his work . Myron specializes in different potteries such as wedding vases, seed pots, and more.