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Native American Indian vintage pottery and folk-art, a wonderful pair of pottery owls from the pueblo of Cochiti in New Mexico, c. 1940-50's. The owls are signed on the bottom by the famous Cochiti potter, Lorencita Herrera.  Main photo of the two Cochiti pottery owls. Native American Indian vintage pottery and folk art, a wonderful pair of pottery owls from the pueblo of Cochiti in New Mexico, c. 1940-50's. The owls are signed on the bottom by the famous Cochiti potter, Lorencita Herrera. Photo of the backs of the two Indian pottery owls. Native American Indian vintage pottery and folk-art, a wonderful pair of pottery owls from the pueblo of Cochiti in New Mexico, c. 1940-50's. The owls are signed on the bottom by the famous Cochiti potter, Lorencita Herrera. Photo of the bottom of the mama owl showing the Cochiti Indian artist's signature.
QQ-5: Native American Indian vintage pottery and folk-art, a wonderful pair of pottery owls from the pueblo of Cochiti in New Mexico, c. 1940-50's. The owls are signed on the bottom by the famous Cochiti potter, Lorencita Herrera.
SOLD. Thank you!

 

Native American Indian antique pottery, a beautiful Santa Clara/San Juan Pueblo black pot with a bear-claw design near the top, c. 1890's. Main photo. Native American Indian antique pottery, a beautiful Santa Clara/San Juan Pueblo black pot with a bear-claw design near the top, c. 1890's. Photo shot from above the pottery olla. Native American Indian antique pottery, a beautiful Santa Clara/San Juan Pueblo black pot with a bear-claw design near the top, c. 1890's. Photo of the bottom of the Pueblo pottery olla. Native American Indian antique pottery, a beautiful Santa Clara/San Juan Pueblo black pot with a bear-claw design near the top, c. 1890's. Another side-shot of the Pueblo pottery olla.
NN-2: Native American Indian antique pottery, a beautiful Santa Clara/San Juan Pueblo black pot with a bear-claw design near the top, c. 1890's. This is a museum-quality piece of historic Pueblo pottery and a discerning collector's dream!
SOLD. Thank you!

 

Native American Indian pottery and ceramics, a medium/large dough bowl from Santo Domingo Pueblo, c. 1970-80. The designs painted on the bowl are very beautiful and feature wonderful birds and foliage. Main photo of the Indian pottery bowl. Native American Indian pottery and ceramics, a medium/large dough bowl from Santo Domingo Pueblo, c. 1970-80. The designs painted on the bowl are very beautiful and feature wonderful birds and foliage. Closeup photo of the birds on the front of the bowl. Native American Indian pottery and ceramics, a medium/large dough bowl from Santo Domingo Pueblo, c. 1970-80. The designs painted on the bowl are very beautiful and feature wonderful birds and foliage. Photo of the back side of the Native American Indian pottery bowl.
MM-14: Native American Indian pottery and ceramics, a medium/large dough bowl from Santo Domingo Pueblo, c. 1970-80. The designs painted on the bowl are very beautiful and feature wonderful birds and foliage. The piece is unsigned, but looks very much like an early piece by Robert Tonorio. Condition is excellent. Size: 13 1/4 inches diameter by 4 inches high. Price: $1200.

 

Native American Indian vintage pottery, a fine Acoma pot with an insect (bee or moth) motif, signed M. Antonio, c. 1960's. The insect motif is repeated three times, separated each time by the cloud/rain motif. Main photo of the Acoma pot by M. Antonio. Native American Indian vintage pottery, a fine Acoma pot with an insect (bee or moth) motif, signed M. Antonio, c. 1960's. The insect motif is repeated three times, separated each time by the cloud/rain motif. Photo of the bottom of the Acoma pottery pot. Native American Indian vintage pottery, a fine Acoma pot with an insect (bee or moth) motif, signed M. Antonio, c. 1960's. The insect motif is repeated three times, separated each time by the cloud/rain motif. Another side of the Acoma pottery pot.
JJ-11: Native American Indian vintage pottery, a fine Acoma pot with an insect (bee or moth) motif, signed M. Antonio, c. 1960's. The insect motif is repeated three times, separated each time by the cloud/rain motif. Very well-painted and formed. Condition is very good; there are some minor signs of age/wear (please, see photos). Size: 3 1/4 inches high by 3 1/4 inches diameter at widest part. Price: $325.

 

Native American Indian vintage pottery, a lovely Isleta pottery jar, with very fine geometric decoration, c. 1920's. The form and the artwork on this jar are outstanding and very beautiful. Main photo of the Isleta Pueblo pottery jar. Native American Indian vintage pottery, a lovely Isleta pottery jar, with very fine geometric decoration, c. 1920's. The form and the artwork on this jar are outstanding and very beautiful. Another full view of the Isleta Pueblo pottery jar. Native American Indian vintage pottery, a lovely Isleta pottery jar, with very fine geometric decoration, c. 1920's. The form and the artwork on this jar are outstanding and very beautiful. Photo showing the bottom of the Isleta pottery jar.
JJ-13: Native American Indian vintage pottery, a lovely Isleta pottery jar, with very fine geometric decoration, c. 1920's. The form and the artwork on this jar are outstanding and very beautiful. Pottery from Isleta Pueblo is fairly rare and hard to find, and this is a beautiful example! Condition is very good given the age of the piece; the jar shows some minor wear (please, see photos). Size: 4 3/4 inches high by 5 1/4 inches diameter at widest part. Price: $525.

 

Native American Indian vintage pottery, a storyteller in the form of a bear mother with cub, Cochiti, c. 1980. The bears are beautifully formed and painted. Main photo. Native American Indian vintage pottery, a storyteller in the form of a bear mother with cub, Cochiti, c. 1980. The bears are beautifully formed and painted. Photo showing a side view. Native American Indian vintage pottery, a storyteller in the form of a bear mother with cub, Cochiti, c. 1980. The bears are beautifully formed and painted. Photo showing the bottom of the storyteller with the artist's signature.
DD-16: Native American Indian vintage pottery, a storyteller in the form of a bear mother with cub, Cochiti, c. 1980. The bears are beautifully formed and painted. The piece is signed on the bottom. This is about as cute and endearing as it gets! Condition is excellent. Size: 3 inches high by 2 1/16 inches wide, at the widest part. Price: $125.

 

Native American Indian vintage pottery, an Acoma pot, c. 1960's. The pot is beautifully hand-painted with traditional Acoma geometric designs and is unsigned, indicating the age of the piece before artists began to regularly sign their pottery pieces. Native American Indian vintage pottery, an Acoma pot, c. 1960's. The pot is beautifully hand-painted with traditional Acoma geometric designs and is unsigned, indicating the age of the piece before artists began to regularly sign their pottery pieces. A photo showing the inside of the Acoma pot. Native American Indian vintage pottery, an Acoma pot, c. 1960's. The pot is beautifully hand-painted with traditional Acoma geometric designs and is unsigned, indicating the age of the piece before artists began to regularly sign their pottery pieces. A photo showing the bottom of the Acoma pot.Native American Indian vintage pottery, an Acoma pot, c. 1960's. The pot is beautifully hand-painted with traditional Acoma geometric designs and is unsigned, indicating the age of the piece before artists began to regularly sign their pottery pieces. Another view of the Acoma pot.\
M-4: Native American Indian vintage pottery, an Acoma pot, c. 1960's. The pot is beautifully hand-painted with traditional Acoma geometric designs and is unsigned, indicating the age of the piece before artists began to regularly sign their pottery pieces. Condition is good, considering the age of the piece; there are some areas of paint-loss and some minor abrasions, as is evident in the photos. Size: 6 inches tall by 6 1/2 inches diameter at the widest point. Price $475.

 

Native American vintage pottery, Acoma condiment set with creamer and sugar, and salt and pepper shakers, c. 1950. Closeup photo of Acoma condiment set Closeup of Acome salt and pepper shakers
C-1: Native American Indian pottery, Acoma condiment set with creamer and sugar, and with salt and pepper shakers, c. 1950. Great designs painted on hand-formed pottery. Size: creamer, 2 1/2" high by 3" diameter; sugar, 4" high with lid by 3 1/2" diameter; salt and pepper, 2 1/2" high by 1 1/2" diameter. Price: $200.

 

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