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Early Acoma Black on White Coiled Pottery Olla
W-PT11

DESCRIPTION: Fine Acoma Pueblo terra cotta olla, circa 1920, with intricate black on white geometric designs with blossom, eye and cross themes; unsigned, good condition, no chips or repairs. DIMENSIONS: 8 3/4" high x 9 1/8" diameter.

ABOUT ACOMA POTTERY: Thin, hand fired walls (a common and sought after characteristic of Acoma pottery), light weight, and geometric designs characterize Acoma pottery. The Acoma Pueblo, also known as "Sky City," is located 50 miles west of Albuquerque near... Click for details

$5,890


Vintage Talavera Mexican Pottery Dessert Set
W-CP2

DESCRIPTION: A gorgeous hand painted dessert set consisting of a service for eight (missing one tea cup). The colorful set includes two sizes of plates plus shallow oval dishes, all with scalloped edges and each with a different unique design, as well as tea cups, saucers and a flat oval serving tray. Each is signed on the reverse, “Pintado a mano, Puebla, Mexico,” 20th C. W-CP2 $795 for the set

$795 for the set


Glazed Redware Mask, “Cold Morning,” by LaFontaine
W-FIG35

DESCRIPTION: An artist made redware mask, the face glazed with a purple turtle figure. Signed on the back, “Cold Morning,” La Fontaine, January 2008. Artist Glen LaFontaine (b. 1947) is a Native American visual artist working primarily in clay. Excellent condition and ready to hang. DIMENSIONS: 5'' L x 5''W x 2'' D

$250


Set of Three Mexican Divided Platters, 1940's
W-CP4

DESCRIPTION: A set of 1940’s Mexican divided pottery platters in a chocolate brown glaze with hand painted slip decorations in cream and green. These platters are a fiesta waiting to happen with their psychedelic designs, each platter with a different pattern. Perfect for hors d'oeuvres at your next party, these platters are in very good condition. DIMENSIONS: 12.25” long x 8.75” wide.

$235 Set of Three


Set of Five Vintage Blue & White Mexican Nesting Bowls
W-CP5

DESCRIPTION: A lovely set of five red clay Mexican earthenware nesting bowls, dating from the 1950's. The bowls are decorated in fluid strokes of blue between blue line borders on a white/cream ground. The interiors have a line of blue around the inner circumference with dollops of green glaze. Very good condition, no chips, original imperfections that add to the charm. DIMENSIONS: Largest bowl: 10.25 diameter x 4.75” high. Smallest bowl: 5.5” diameter x 2” high.

$295


Large Peruvian Shipibo Pottery Effigy Vessel, 20th C
W-PT14

DESCRIPTION: From the Amazon rainforest of Peru, the Shipibo-Conibo are an indigenous tribe known for their distinctive pottery and textiles. Their unique, intricate geometric designs are sophisticated interpretations of their cosmic beliefs that the jungle rivers follow the same course as the stars. Collectors world-wide clamor for their coil constructed pottery, made by the women of the tribe.

This very large, outstanding female figural vessel has a wide, double lobed body and dates from... Click for details

$1,595


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