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Navajo Stamped Sterling Silver Seed Pot, Everett & Mary Teller

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Navajo Stamped Sterling Silver Seed Pot, Everett & Mary Teller

$495.00

One of a kind Native American intricately stamped hand made quality sterling silver seed pot 2-5/8 inches wide x 1-1/4 inches high. Handmade by award winning Native American artists, Everett & Mary Teller. Item#6920

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This stamped sterling silver seed pot was designed and handmade by Native American award winning artists, Everett & Mary Teller. The seed pot is hand made entirely from sterling silver. It is intricately hand-stamped on the top surface of the pot. The seed pot measures about 2-5/8 inches wide and 1-1/4 tall. It weighs 34.5 grams.

Brand new and in perfect condition. Gift Box and Certificate of Authenticity included. Hallmarked by and purchased directly from the artists. All of their pieces are signed with their initials EMT encased with a fish symbolizing their Christian faith.

One of a kind Navajo handmade seed pot created by two of the Navajo jewelry world's premier artists.


Please ignore the reflections showing in the highly polished sterling silver. It is impossible for me to get a photo of this pot without some kind of reflection showing up. Argh!

Everett and Mary Teller are a successful husband and wife team creating a vast array of sterling silver and gold jewelry along with other handcrafted items. Everett, born in 1956, began silver smithing in 1988. Mary was taught by her mother, Margaret Bochinclonny, and began silver smithing in 1972. Both husband and wife have received several awards for their work over the years.