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Nemadji PotteryAdded about 1 year ago by lizhalfen via Modish Vintage Nemadji pottery is that early 20th century invention that somehow got mixed up with a Native American tribe. The Minnesota-based Nemadji pottery company began manufacturing this colorful, swirled pottery in 1929 and promoted it as being “Indian inspired.” Over the years, advertising became truth in the minds of many, leading to mistaken claims over authentic Native American pottery. This set of five vessels contains one confirmed Nemadji, a piece you can now profess to know the truth about.
FAVORITED BY 10 PEOPLE lizhalfen, sombre_sangr, hoodchianne, mmmcheesebur, kallieya, cestafford3, heatherzarba, smilinsunshi, nessarapone and sjebert
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