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Item Number: 10564
Etched Navajo Bowl
Artist: Ella Morgan

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Wonderful Earth tone colors and exceptional detail in this Navajo hand etched bowl.

Beautiful etching of rabbit on the inside.

Measures 7 5/8 inches wide and 3 3/4 inches tall. Circumference is 24 inches. Handmade by well known Navajo Artist, Ella Morgan. Signed EM.

Customer Comments:

Well the parcel made it on Friday late afternoon.
I didn’t actually open it until Saturday morning as there was all sorts of things going on here but,

Fantastic, what a superb piece of work. The ladies concerned should be congratulated on their craft and artisanship.

The headdress now has pride of place in my den. The only downside is that I don’t have more room as I would buy a couple more to put on display.

Please pass my sincere thanks and congratulations to the ladies concerned with making the headdress and to yourself for providing a great and seamless service.

Best wishes. John
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