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Story Tellers
Story telling was a regular event in Pueblo culture. 
Children would gather around and listen as the elders told stories as they had heard them when they were young. 
So it was that the folk tales, religion, and customs were passed from one generation to the next. 
The pottery figurines, called "Story Tellers" commemorate this tradition.


Story teller, Indian Girl
$30.00
This story teller is 4" tall.  Jemez made, Signed.
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Story teller, Indian Girl
$30.00
This story teller is 3" tall.  Jemez made, Signed.

Story teller, Indian Girl
$30.00
This story teller is 3.75" tall.  Jemez made, Signed.

Story teller, Indian Girl
$30.00
This story teller is 3.5" tall.  Jemez made, Signed.

Story teller, Indian Woman
$35.00
This story teller is 4.5" tall.  Jemez made, Signed.
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Story teller, Indian Woman
$60.00
This story teller is 3.5" tall.  Jemez made, Signed.

Story teller, Indian Woman
$60.00
This story teller is 5" tall.  Jemez made, Signed.

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Story teller, Indian Woman
$60.00
This story teller is 4.75" tall.  Jemez made, Signed.

Story teller, Owl
$60.00 - Owl Story Teller
This story teller is 3" tall.  Jemez made, Signed.

Story teller, Cat
$80.00 - Cat Story Teller
This story teller is 4" tall, 6.5 Long  Jemez made, Signed.

Story teller, Santa Claus
$100.00 Santa Claus Story Teller
This story teller is 6" tall.  Jemez made, Signed.






Story teller, Frog  Story teller, Frog
$100.00 - Frog Story Teller
4.5 inches long, 2.5 tall
Appears to have Pyrite or Mica mixed into the Clay giving it a uniform Sparkle
Cochiti artist, Dante Trujillo, Signed




 
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