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Arnold-Lameman

Navajo Pottery was traditionally used in cooking. When used for water storage, the pot was covered with pine pitch so it would remain waterproof, thus the distinctive gloss varnish finish found on Navajo Pottery today. 

The Pots are often referred to as Medicine Bowls used for ceremonial purposes. 

The Etchings on the bowl are are of Traditional Navajo Geometric Symbols, adapted from the sandpainting designs.