Pottery was a well established artform when the Anasazi people lived in the cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde National Park.

Many of the ancient designs are found on handcrafted pottery still being made by American Indian artists living in the Santa Clara, San Illdelfonso, Hopi, Acoma, San Juan, Cochiti, and Zuni Pueblos.

Our gallery has an outstanding collection of Pueblo pottery, along with Ute and Navajo pottery, from the tiniest collectable miniatures to the outstanding detailed showpieces of todays master potters.