Lyzella clay. Kiln fired then pit fired in the traditional Cherokee way for color, also known as smudging.Learn More About the Artist
Cherokee Fire Pot
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The Cherokee used fire pots for ceremonial rituals. They were filled with embers and transported from fire to fire. The nubs on the side would disseminate the heat so the carrier would not get burnt. Sometimes a bark cover was used to keep the rain out of the pot.
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