Native-PotteryLink, an online gallery of Native American Pueblo Pottery has acquired new Nativity Sets available for delivery before Christmas 2012. Created by well-known, popular Pueblo potters from Jemez, Acoma and Santa Clara, they join many others already available.
Online PR News – 08-September-2012 – Fort Myers, FL – Native-PotteryLink.com, has added new Native American Pueblo Pottery Nativity Sets to its inventory available for delivery before Christmas. Work by Paul and Dorothy Gutierrez (Santa Clara Pueblo), Maxine Toya, Teri Cajera and Clifford Kim Fragua (all Jemez Pueblo), Aggie Henderson (Acoma Pueblo) have joined pottery sets previously offered. Buyers who purchase before November will receive a 10% discount off the website pricing.
"We are announcing these lovely sets now because we have found many collectors and others who want to include Nativity sets in their Christmas celebrations wait too late to order in time for Christmas.", said Native-PotteryLink owner William Waites.
By ordering now, according to Waites, they are guaranteed to receive their preferred set well before December. Waites added, "We offer an unusual lay away plan so that buyers can get started early. We ask for a 10% or 20% down-payment, depending on the size of the purchase, with monthly payments to be made in amounts chosen by the buyer. There is no minimum amount. We simply ask the buyer to make a payment each month to assure they don't forget about their purchase."
Lay away details can be arranged via telephone at 800-305-0185.
Nativity sets are a long tradition among pueblo pottery artists, tracing back to the Christian influence brought to the pueblos by Spanish missionaries centuries ago. These works of art are created with love and reverence, which is reflected in their presence when displayed in celebration of Christ's birth.
About Native-PotteryLink.com - This online gallery of Native American art is owned and operated by Aboriginals: Art of the First Person, an organization, formerly on Sanibel Island, FL, now offering authentic American Indian creations exclusively online. The parent organization wss found in 1979. The online operation was opened in 2002. As members of the Indian Arts & Crafts Association (IACA), the galleries are committed to authenticity in all the Native American art they offer.