Pre-Columbia Custom Pottery- Nisha Designs

Beautiful Pre-Columbian Custom Pottery handmade for your home, restaurants, hotels, parks, recreation centers.

Pre-Columbian pottery production in Central America dates to around 2000 B.C.E. and ends around 1520 C.E. Ceramic vessels were utilized daily for the storage, preparation, and service of food and drink. Many pieces were also used as decoration and status symbols, while others found significant use in spiritual rituals and burial practices.

No minimum required. We can make any shape, size and quantity you desire. But our colors are limited as they all are collected from the mountains which makes the pottery unique and one of a kind. Bring this magick to your space. It does ship from outside USA.

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Pre Colombian Pottery Art- Custom Design- History Part 1- Nisha Designs

Pre Colombian Pottery Art- We are going to take you through the history of these beautiful artifact. To know how art in any form was created. It’s magick behind its work of craft. What the symbology of having an artifact mean. Every piece of art has a purpose to serve us. Bring this awareness to your world and watch the magick!
The term “Pre-Columbian art” refers to the architecture, art and crafts of the native peoples of North, Central, and South America, and the islands of the Caribbean (c.13,000 BCE – 1500 CE) The term “Mesoamerica” is synonymous with Central America, describing a cultural region in the Americas, which extends roughly from central Mexico to Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and northern Costa Rica.