Kiln fired then fired in a traditional earthen pit for color.
9″ high, 14.4″ around at largest point.
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This pottery piece is shaped as an urn. It was stamped using traditional Cherokee carved paddle to “stamp” the design. It features a circular stamp motif all over the piece. The stopper is rounded and fits securely in the piece.
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