Occupying 5,000 square feet in the Sedona area, the Kachina House storeroom/warehouse houses some of the most beautiful pottery in the country. Our pieces range from finely etched wedding vases to intricately designed seed vases and harvest pots. These beautiful pieces are created using two techniques. The first is handcoiled or handbuilt pottery, the second is ceramic or slip-poured pottery. No matter which you choose, they are all created by Native American artisans, and designed with traditional techniques and decorations that have ancient symbolic meanings.
Though the beauty of these pieces is often striking, the collector should also appreciate the utility of these pieces since most are designed as specific, and often important, vessels. For example, the seed pots were designed to hold and store the precious seeds of a harvest through the winter. These seeds would then be used for the following planting season. Harvest pots, urns and bowls all have equally important roles in the life of the tribe that created them. We also offer finely etched wedding vases in this section, but be sure to visit the page dedicated to these ceremonial vessels.
Nestled in the red rocks of Sedona, Arizona, Kachina House is proud to be the largest distributer of Native American Indian art and artifacts in the state. If you are planning a trip to the Sedona, AZ, area we invite you to the Kachina House showroom/warehouse. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, or if you have any questions about our products, send us an email or give us a call at 866-587-0547, we look forward to hearing from you.