1987 Cleo Teissedre Storyteller Pottery


Natural pigments
Traditional Storyteller design

Height: 70 mm
Width: 32 mm
Depth: 58 mm

Handmade and signed by Navajo artist Cleo Teissedre

The Native American Indian storytellers represent an important part of the oral tradition found in many Native American Indian cultures. Native Americans often use storytelling as a teaching tool for young generations to learn about traditional cultural values and beliefs. Our storytellers vary from traditional to contemporary and whimsical. Each storyteller is bought directly from Pueblo artists, so they are guaranteed authentic.

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All of our Native American pottery is ethically sourced and Fair Trade. Wilde Ones endeavours to consistently handpick the finest pieces from the best Native American artists. To that effect, we have been traveling to Arizona, New Mexico, California and Mexico every year since 1987. It is our pleasure to not only satisfy our customers with top quality products but also nurture strong healthy long-lasting relationships with our incredibly talented Native American craftsmen and craftswomen.