Large Laguna Pueblo Hand Etched Chief Pillow Vase by Native American artist Diane Aragon SWT-0075


This captivating pillow ceramic vase holds a lot of Native American culture and history within its hand etched designs. It was airbrushed to create the graduated color scheme throughout the vase. The entirety of the vase’s design is symbolized of strength, bravery, and spirituality. Represented by the headdress chief on the left, the dancing eagle kachina on the right, and the symbol of kiva from the zig zagged opening to the center rotating hand etched sphere. This elaborate piece is stamped by Native American artist Diane Aragon from Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico. 

This creation is a Aragon Family signature style

Materials & Measurements

  • Made in the USA
  • Hand Etched Designs 
  • Ceramic
  • Terracotta Glaze
  • Airbrushed Color
  • The vase is approximately 14" from top to bottom & 15 1/2" at the widest point

Double boxed for shipping.

(Color may vary due to monitor settings, lighting and natural properties of each paint color)