Zia Pueblo Four-color Polychrome Olla  C3134A-jar.jpg + Add to my watchlist         It is always exciting to acquire pottery that has been photographically documented in the early 20th century along with the potter.  That is the situation here with this wonderful Zia olla.  It was photographed around 1935 by Frasher of Pomono, California.  We are including a copy of the photograph in this write-up.  The jar is situated in the lower left corner of the photograph.         Zia Pueblo…

Zina Pueblo Olla, Appears in photo of Zia Pueblo Indian Pottery Maker, 1935 (lower left corner)

Hecho a la medida de la inspiración de Navajo por claykedem en Etsy

Made to order Ceramic planter pottery Navajo inspiration Carved sgraffito Vase home deco GEO Aztec Geometric Wheel thrown vase black white

Hecho a la medida de la inspiración de Navajo plantador de cerámica cerámica tallada esgrafiado florero deco hogar GEO Azteca geométrica rueda lanzado florero negro blanco

Rosalia Medina Toribio (Zia, 1858–1950), polychrome jar  ca. 1920–1929  Zia Pueblo, New Mexico  Clay, paint

Rosalia Medina Toribio (Zia, 1858–1950), polychrome jar ca. 1920–1929 Zia Pueblo, New Mexico Clay, paint

Dorothy Torivio | Seed Pot | Native American Pottery | Acoma Pottery | Handmade Pottery | Little Road Flower

Dorothy Torivio | Seed Pot | Native American Pottery | Acoma Pottery | Handmade Pottery | Little Road Flower

Native American Pottery Historical Acoma by CulturalPatina on Etsy

Native American Pottery, Historical Acoma Polychrome Olla, #914

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