About Cedar Mesa Pottery
Indian Hand Painted Pottery
At Cedar Mesa Pottery, we specialize in unique, carefully hand crafted and Indian Hand Painted pottery that embodies our rich American heritage. This pottery comes from the high plateau country of the Southwest at the foot of Blue Mountain.
Our Southwestern Pottery Artists
The Native American Indian artists, who sign each piece, combine their natural artistic talents with the inspiration of their culture and breathtaking beauty of their homeland.
We give our artists a free hand and encourage them to use their inherent talent. Each piece of Cedar Mesa pottery thus reflects the creative genius of the artist. With over 60 product lines with 20-30 shapes in each line, Cedar Mesa Pottery has a large selection and variety of American Indian pottery and southwestern pottery. You have more choice with Cedar Mesa Pottery. In 2001 we merged our product line with our two former competitors to bring all this great artwork into one location. Click on a painting style name at the right to see and select your purchase from the Cedar Mesa Pottery, Hozoni Pottery and the Themes collection. All lines include such traditional native designs as the Wedding Vase, Wind Bell, Bear Figure, the Turtle Legend and Kokopelli the humpbacked flute player.
We also feature a number of limited or one-of-a-kind pieces in our Collectors Gallery.
We invite you to see what others are saying about Cedar Mesa Pottery.
Please contact us or call (435) 678-2241 if you have any questions.
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We also welcome inquiries from qualified WHOLESALE POTTERY buyers.
Cedar Mesa Pottery located in Blanding, Utah is surrounded world renowned scenery and recreational opportunities such as these, to name just a few:
Hovenweep National Monument
Natural Bridges National Monument
Canyonlands National Park
Arches National Park
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (Lake Powell)
Rainbow Bridge National Monument
Goosenecks State Park
Monument Valley Tribal Park
Edge of the Cedars Museum (right here in town)
Four Corners Monument
Cedar Mesa and Grand Gulch