Horsehair pottery originated from the practice of honoring fallen war horses by incorporating their hair into pottery. Native American's believed that the spirit of the horse remained. The horsehair is applied at the second firing and leaves its carbon imprint as part of the piece.
The piece is eleven inches in height and six inches wide.
It features carved inlay around the top of the pot.
Each piece is fired three times.
John has inscribed his name on each piece.
If you have a particular pot in mind and would like it with a different finish, we are only message away. This is includes making your pet's hair part of the piece. More more information on our Pet's & Friends go here.