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Surprisingly Modern: Nemadji Pottery

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Aug 30, 2012 01:07 AM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Aug 29, 2012

It might look like the handiwork of some ancient North American Indian tribe, but no, Nemadji Pottery was a type of colorful, each-piece-unique functional art started by a Minnesota plant in the 1920s. Aren’t these stunning? Not sure how I’ve made it this far in my life before learning about — Continue reading …




 

 

It might look like the handiwork of some ancient North American Indian tribe, but no, Nemadji Pottery was a type of colorful, each-piece-unique functional art started by a Minnesota plant in the 1920s. Aren’t these stunning? Not sure how I’ve made it this far in my life before learning about this beautiful pottery, but I’m glad I’ve discovered it now. Huge thanks to Miss Moss for posting about it so we could learn more! And you should click on to the post Miss Moss published to learn more about Nemadji Pottery and how you can get your hands on some (the good news is that it’s really affordable to start collecting this gorgeous stuff!).

What do you think about this pottery? Really cool and fun to add to a modern home or not your style?


 

 

 
 
 

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