Description

ITEM DETAILS

A Nemadji Pottery stoneware vase. This vase features unglazed round bodies with swirls of marbleized earth tone colors. It is marked, “Nemadji Pottery USA” to the underside.

Materials: Earthenware

Signature: Impressed by an unknown hand

Condition Notes
Excellent vintage condition. No chips or cracks. Please refer to pictures for better detail.

Background Information.

Nemadji pottery comes from the Arrowhead region of Minnesota. It has never actually been made by native Americans, but is said to be reminiscent of the style and colouring used by them. It has come to be thought of by many as ‘Indian pottery’ although it has no connection with the Ojibway tribe. It was originally made from clay dug from the banks of the Nemadji river.

The coloring of Nemadji Art Pottery is accomplished in a manner that allows no two pieces to be exactly alike. The pottery is burned in a kiln and glazed on the inside.