Native american pottery

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A large authentic vintage Native American southwestern antique pottery bowl from Cochiti Pueblo, early 20th century (circa 1920). Polychrome (three color) dough bowl form constructed by hand of earthenware and painted in a traditional Cochiti floriate design with slip glazes. Cochiti Pueblo is located approximately 40 minutes west of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Cochiti are a Keresan-speaking tribe, and their pueblo is located on the west bank of the Rio Grande, about 35 miles southwest of…

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Fiorné Gage
This Stunning Handmade Vase Is A True Representation Of Native American Culture. The Intricate Design And Attention To Detail Make It A Unique Collectible Item. The Vase Was Crafted By The Well Known Enoch Joe, A Skilled Artisan From The Acoma Tribe In New Mexico. The Vase Is Perfect For Display In Any Home Or Office, And Its Tribal Affiliation Adds A Touch Of History And Significance To Any Space. It Is A Must-Have For Collectors Of Native American Pottery And Those Who Appreciate The Beauty An Mexico, Native Pottery Designs, Acoma Pottery, Native Pottery, Brothers Art, Basket Weaving Patterns, Striped Vase, Blue Earth, Colored Vases

This Stunning Handmade Vase Is A True Representation Of Native American Culture. The Intricate Design And Attention To Detail Make It A Unique Collectible Item. The Vase Was Crafted By The Well Known Enoch Joe, A Skilled Artisan From The Acoma Tribe In New Mexico. The Vase Is Perfect For Display In Any Home Or Office, And Its Tribal Affiliation Adds A Touch Of History And Significance To Any Space. It Is A Must-Have For Collectors Of Native American Pottery And Those Who Appreciate The…

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brian phillips
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This rare Tesuque Pueblo pottery dough bowl dates from the mid- to late-nineteenth century, probably circa 1870s. It has design elements in black on a white slip without any red in the design, but the rim is red. The only other red is the traditional wiped-on red band below the design panel.

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Libby Kalish