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Clay Coyote

Handmade in Santa Clara by Dorothy Gutierrez 

Description

Handmade on the Santa Clara Pueblo reservation by renowned Native American artist Dorothy Gutierrez, this black pottery coyote is an example of one type of work she and her late husband Paul Gutierrez, are famous for. Made by hand, air dried, fired, oxidized, and finished with a pottery stone. 

40% of the sale price of pottery goes to American Indian Services which provides grants and educational programs, and now also emergency COVID-19 and food assistance to Native American communities, who are among those hardest hit by the pandemic. Please join me in celebrating traditional works of art and supporting Native people in need. 

Size

2.25” long x 2.5” tall

Care

Dust gently with a dry cloth. Do not use cleaning products or liquids. 

Why Oracle Jayne Station

Named after the street in Tucson, Arizona where my father grew up, the ranch on Oracle Jaynes Station Road is where I got to spend part of my summer vacations. Fragrances have always been marketed based on memories, emotions, and experiences. Rarely do they actually have anything to do with either. Usually, what’s inside the bottle, contains very little from the natural world. Oracle Jayne Station challenges all that.

Everything I make is about genuine moments in my life, and an authentic heritage. My first drafts of Oracle Jayne Station fragrances were created for friends in 2014. The signature scent, El Arroyo, is inspired by the smell of the desert after it rains, and the sight of the creek running behind my grandparents’ ranch.

Brand Values

Every Oracle Jayne product is made from scratch with superior essential oils and tinctures from organic or wild sourced plants, extracted using CO2, cold process, steam distillation, and organic cane alcohol. No synthetic chemicals, excessively processed, expeller pressed, or harsh solvent extracted ingredients. No gluten, preservatives, artificial colors, imitation scents, artificial fragrances, or pre-made formulas. No “private label” products or “melt-and-pour” soaps. Whenever they can be found, Fair-Trade certified ingredients are used, including our shea butter and raw sugar. No animal ingredients are used and no products are tested on animals. Packaging is simple and recyclable.

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