Hand Made Native American Navajo Indian Sterling Silver Seed Pot

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Andy Cadman - Navajo  Sterling Silver
Miniature Seed Pot
HK Item #HS30

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Navajo sterling silver seed pot

Material
Sterling Silver, Read about silver
Size
1 3/8" diameter
3/4" tall
Hallmarks
A. Cadman
Sterling
Artist
Andy Cadman, Navajo

Andy Cadman was born in 1966 in Gallup, New Mexico. He's the son of silversmith Anderson Cadman and brother of Darrell and Donovan Cadman and half brother to David, Gary and Sunshine Reeves, all of whom are silversmiths. He began silversmithing in 1989 at age 23.

Navajo sterling silver seed pot

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Paula says -

"This sterling silver pot is a miniature version of a traditional pottery vessel that was used to store seeds over winter for planting in the spring. Impeccable stamping on top and bottom by Andy Cadman."

Andy Cadman
Navajo Sterling Silver
Miniature Seed Pot

HS30 - $195 SOLD

 

Navajo sterling silver seed pot

Dime in above photo shows the scale of this seed pot.

Navajo sterling silver seed pot

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Seed Pot - Originally seed pots were pottery vessels created to safely store seeds for the following growing season. They were unglazed inside so the seeds could breath. The hole on the top was made small to suit the size of the seeds such as beans and corn. The original pottery version might be 10 inches or more in diameter. Some contemporary artists, in a revival of tradition, are calling attention to the seed pot by making ornate sterling silver miniatures.

 

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