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  • ISBN-13: 9781551564357
  • ISBN: 1551564351
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  • Publisher: Hartley & Marks Publishers, Incorporated



Inspired by the pottery of the North American Pueblo tribes, comes this hauntingly beautiful Southwestern design. Their ancient craft tradition teaches that the making of handmade clay pottery is a direct expression of the belief that the Pueblo are, as individuals and as a people, one with the earth. The Pueblo Pottery Dawn journal features details from contemporary Acoma and San Ildefonso designs, adapted from patterns developed long before the Europeans reached North America. Acoma pottery is renowned for its thin, white walls, emblazoned with repeated geometric patterns that fit the exact shape of each vessel to create intricate optical illusions. This smythe sewn book features a luminous tactile cover, a magnetic flap, memento pouch, ribbon page marker, and laid paper of archival quality.Paperblanks Book Company Staff is the author of 'Dawn', published 0000 under ISBN 9781551564357 and ISBN 1551564351.

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