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San Ildefonso Jar
Vintage Hand Coiled and Traditionally Fired Black-on-Black Gun Metal Jar with Feather Designs around Rim Above the Shoulder. This piece of pottery does feature a small chip out of the rim and has been priced accordingly. Santana Roybal and her husband, Adam Martinez, began making pottery pieces together in 1956. Adam i
Large Polychrome Storage Jar (1950's Design) 11.5
Robert Patricio was born to Doris and Patrick Patricio Sr. of Acoma Pueblo in June, 1976. He says he was about nine years old when he began learning the traditional methods of creating hand coiled pottery. At first he learned by watching his great-grandmother Marie Z. Chino, then he got his hands dirty working with his
Large Heart Line Deer Jar with Flower Top 9
Anderson Peynetsa is the son of Wilma Jean Peynetsa and the brother if Priscilla Peynetsa. He began making pottery in the eighth grade. His pottery involves gathering the clay and the natural pigments used to paint the designs on the pottery from the area around the Zuni Pueblo.