These wonderful ceramic Christmas ornaments make a wonderful addition to any tree. If you have a fascination for the Native American rock art (petroglyphs) of the American Southwest, you need one or more of these.
Made of ceramic (about 1/4 - 3/8" thick) the design is molded into the ornament then they are hand painted. Strong southwestern colors will last for many, many years.
All ornaments are approximately 4 1/2" X 2 1/2".
1251 - Buffalo Man is reminisent of the modern day Buffalo Kachina in the Native American culture and reminds us of the importance of that animal in their daily life.
1252 - Corn Raiser depicts another important staple of everyday Native American and western settler life.
1253 - Roadrunner - This bird is the state bird of both Arizona and New Mexico and can be seen daily in many parts of those states.
1255 - Kokopelli is a reoccuring theme in the rock drawings (petroglyphs) and Native American tales of the Southwest. So many legends and stories of Kokopelli exist that it seems incredible that little is really known of his history and beginnings.
Made in Arizona USA.