Santa Clara pottery moccasin boot pair with silver buttons
Santa Clara pottery moccasin boot pair. These are very cute. The artist added clay to make raised buttons painted with silver on the sides to represent silver buttons. In excellent condition, very unusual to find a pair. From ca. 1970's
Pottery moccasins were made by the Pueblo Indians as a collectible item for tourists at the trading posts and railroad stations from 1870s to 1930s. They have very fine workmanship and are still valued as collector items. A unique Native American find.
Measurements: Each boot measures about 3" tall, 2 3/8" wide, and approximately 3 3/4" deep.