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Name:Zuni Mare Pony
Item:NSC-18393
Manufacturer:Enesco
Artist:Leach, Jesse
Herd:17
Retired:July 2012
Highest Issue:1/4610
Notes:Native Pony
Material:Resin
The Zuni Indians of New Mexico have inhabited the deserts of New Mexico and Arizona for over 1,000 years. Their pueblo was the first stop on the infamous search for the “Seven Cities of Cibola” by the Spanish in 1539. Among the rich traditions the Zuni are known for is pottery-making. Zuni pots are distinguishable from the pottery of other pueblos by 1) material (Zuni potters dig their own clay); 2) design (the surface of their pots is usually a reddish color superbly decorated with fine lines and complicated geometric patterns created with white paint); and 3) shape (in addition to spherical bowls, Zuni pots were sometimes shaped like animals). “Zuni Mare” was respectfully inspired by the traditions of ancient as well as contemporary Zuni artisans.


Available in inventory at $60.00 each.

NSC-18393 : retired pony
                       





Zuni Mare Pony is also a part of the following sets:


Trail of the Painted Ponies, Herd 17
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