Native-PotteryLink has acquired more than 20 Native American pottery Nativity sets depicting and celebrating the birth of Christ.
Online PR News – 10-November-2014 – Fort Myers, Florida – With more and more Christians professing their faith and the approach of Christmas 2014, Native-PotteryLink, the online resource for authentic Native American art and crafts, has acquired a score of new pottery Nativity sets by craftspeople at Jemez Pueblo, Taos Pueblo, Laguna Pueblo, Santo Domingo Pueblo and Santa Clara Pueblo.
These superbly crafted works of Christian art are each made by hand with special reverence and will make a proud addition to any Christian celebration of the Nativity. Each Nativity includes at least pottery representations of the Christ child, Mary & Joseph, More extensive Nativity sets include wise men shepherds, beasts of the field and stable and angels. Some are presented in a kiva setting, illustrating the merger of Native and Western beliefs. Native Americans, especially Pueblo Indians from the Southwest have long been Christians, in addition to their Native beliefs, after exposure to the teachings missionary priests that accompanied the Spanish incursion into what are now California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. Hence so many communities bearing the names of saints.
Orders received before December 1st can be assured of delivery in time for this Christmas season.
William Waites, co-owner of Native-Potterylink.com adds, "In addition, at his time, Native-PotteryLInk is offering extended payments with its free layaway plan. Purchasers may place a hold on the Pueblo pottery items of their choice, including Nativity sets and storytellers, with a modest 10% to 20% down payment, followed by monthly payments in amounts determined by the purchaser. There is no fee or interest."