A Little About Black Hills Sioux Pottery ...
Made from the red clay of the Black Hills, SD, USA ~ sacred to the Lakota People ~ and a fine imported white clay from Kentucky.
Each piece is crafted by the Sioux artists and decorated with designs and symbols important to their culture.
The Paha Sapa (Black Hills) South Dakota provided shelter, food, and sustenance for the Indian Tribes of the Great Sioux Nation, and continues to yield the red clay used in making Sioux Pottery.
If you don't see something you like at this time check back from time to time because we will be putting other pottery in our store.
Our pottery is handmade there may be a difference in appearance!
Sioux Indian Pottery From the Black Hills
|The Cedar Pass Collection |
Made from red clay from the Paha Sapa (Black Hills) the Badlands collection showcases the naturally artistic talents of the Lokota people. Each pieces was design, decorated, and signed by the Sioux artist that created it. So, please note that no two pieces are exactly the same.