Micaceous Clay Pottery


Native American arts expert Andrew Thomas introduces us to handmade micaceous clay pottery, the only functional type of Pueblo pottery. Micaceous clay pots can be used for cooking and storage and have a beautiful distinctive shimmer that comes from the high mica content in the clay. Whether used for cooking or as an addition to your collection of fine art, micaceous clay pots celebrate centuries of Pueblo pottery making. Learn more about Pueblo and Native American pottery, see our Collector's Guide  |  See Therese Tohtsoni's Bean Pot Cooking Demo >