The Indian pottery is associated with clay pots and pans for the conservation and cooking. The pottery of the Pemon pots and jars is very simple but undeniable beauty, used for cooking and preserving liquids.
An expression of the art of weaving is manifested in the development of garments and ornaments, the Yekuanas weave a kind of apron called muwaaju, used by youth in the rite of passage from puberty to adolescence.
The use and production of Indian basketry is varied, some are related to food processing - collection, storage, drying, grinding, mixing, cooking, serving - and other appliances and utensils, for hunting and fishing traps, cages, carcaxes, beds, cribs, walls, ceilings, floors, doors, decorative objects - curtains, awnings, musical instruments, ceremonial objects - crowns, capes, dresses - other than trade.
In the town of El Callao, the main manifestation is the development of unpolished gold jewelry, called Cochano, some inlaid with precious stones in the region.