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Bear with Beads on His Back

Here is my rendition of a bear going after salmon. See the fish jumping up the sides of this Spirit Jar. I hoped to capture a bit of the hunt, but also decorate this bear with the southwestern look of beads wrapped around the animal, similar to Indian fetishes. The warm colors carry around the fat body of the jar and the fat body of the bear. Each of my spirit vessels is an individual. Left click, choose “Open link in new picture” to see a large view. You will receive the artwork in the photo should you choose to purchase it. More photos are available if you contact me via my e-mail at email hidden; JavaScript is required

Size: 8″ ht x 8″ dia.

Colors: As shown

One of a Kind

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Price: $325.00

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Buffalo Spirit Jar

I made two spirit vessel versions of this important animal. Buffalo are our iconic American beasts of the Great Plains and the vast West. Here, I have used found feathers attached to his back and on two sides of his covered jar. I have strung my hand made lamp worked glass beads ending with tiny ceramic owls.  The figure is iridescent on both sides. The colors are exciting on this magnificent container.  Just as the buffalo itself is magnificent. Left click, choose “Open link in new picture” to see a large view. More photos are available if you contact me via my e-mail at email hidden; JavaScript is required

Size: 9″ ht x 7″ dia.

Colors: As shown

One of a Kind

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You can view my other buffalo spirit vessel under Large Spirit Vessels. This as all my raku artwork is a one of a kind. Each is treated differently as to figures, glazes, added pieces, jewelry. Each is shaped individually. You can see more photos by e-mailing my at jinderbitzin@jipottery.com. Should you wish to own this vessel, the one in the picture is the one you would receive.

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Price: $325.00

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Earth’s Spirit Dawns

The raku process leaves its mark on the clay as no other firing method does. When the piece comes out of the kiln at about 1750 degrees F, it is put into sawdust, which immediately ignites. This after burn leaves its mark reminding me of the celestial fires that produced our plant and all of the heaven’s wonders. Here is a vessel that bares the marks of such an after burn. I added a handle to its lid reminiscent of a living creature, applied shiny glaze to it and the side patterns, then to complete the ancient look I added feathers similar to what our early ancestors would have used.

Size: 8″ ht x 8″ dia.

Colors: As shown

One of a Kind

Additional DescriptionMore Details

This covered vessel is one of a kind, so you will get this piece shown if you choose to purchase it. You can request additional photos through my e-mail. jinderbitzin@jipottery.com

Quantity

Price: $325.00

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