Welcoming the Redcorn Pottery to NMNH - Rogers Archaeology Lab

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These are some of the most strikingly beautiful pieces of modern ceramics I've seen anywhere in the world. As someone who loves fine art, I wish I could own one; as an artist, they inspire me to want to experiment with ceramics - and I am sure others will feel the same


Like the lady in the last comment posted, these are one of the most beautiful pieces of ceramics I have seen. You have undertaken a very important task and this art which will be admired by future generations.


Agreed with both upper comments :) Great work :)

Julia Burton

I have a small piece of JC Redcorn pottery from an estate sale. When I saw it I thought it VERY beautiful and bought it right away. I am not a pottery collector and so did not even KNOW it was hers until one day dusting I saw the personal inscription on the bottom and looked her up on the internet. Boy am I a lucky person or WHAT!

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