An original Betty Selby 12 inches large Pueblo Vase with handles, signed, numbered and dated. An original collectible vintage Southwestern Native American pottery art creation by Betty Selby (she has been making Native American design pottery since 1965) dated 89 and numbered 368, hand painted with teal "Dream-catcher" Feather and Fox design with raised decoration. Foxes are common clan animals in many Native American cultures. In the Northeast, Midwest and Plains tribes, Fox is generally a minor animal spirit associated with intelligence and wisdom, who occasionally help people or animals to solve a problem or punishes somebody careless or arrogant. It’s a rare extra large pottery by Betty Selby, the largest pottery creation by this artist we have seen so far, it is 12” High, 11” Wide with handles, and 9” diameter of vase body. It is in good condition, consistent with age and use, small paint discolorations on the back on one of the feathers.
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