This black seed jar is hand coiled and traditionally fired. The elegance and simplicity of this jar are so evident. The micaceous clay is immaculately finished. There is a beautiful contrast between the micaceous black clay body and the sterling silver moon lid. It has been cast from the bones of the cuddle fish and is designed this way on both sides, so the lid shows this texture from every angle.

He was given his Hopi name, Lomaiquilvaa (Carried in Beauty), after his godmother carried him home asleep late in the evening after his ceremony. His hallmark is a figure carrying a baby on its back, which signifies his name.

5” high by 2 ½” wide

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