A Cochiti Pueblo water olla with with corn plant designs by Virgil Ortiz. Traditionally hand coiled and slipped with natural clay pigment and painted with wild spinach paint. Dated on the bottom and signed by the artist.
9 1/4" tall x 8 3/4" wide
c. 1890 - 1900
A magnificent Reyes Galvan parrot jar with double red rainbow arches and flowers. Restoration.
Ex. Martha Struever
Ex. Mus. of Red River, Idabell, OK
size: 18" tall x 21" wide
Acoma Pueblo Polychrome Water Jar dating to the period of 1890-1910. This water jar shows skilled construction and decorative technique. Excellent condition.
10 1/2" wide, 11" high
Two large red and black polished jars by Santa Clara potter Margaret Tafoya. Each with bear paw impressions marking the four directions. Signed ‘Margaret" on each base. Both vases have been drilled on the bottom for lamp use. Excellent condition.
each 13-1/4" tall x 10" wide
$ 9,000.00 each jar
A long necked jar by San Ildefonso potter Rose Gonzales. A cloud design surrounds the neck and an avanyu circles the midsection of the vase. First Prize winner Gallup Inter-Tribal Ceremonial 1965. Excellent condition.
12" tall x 8" wide
A rainbow band undulating about the body separates three registers of parrots and other bird figures, all shown with flowering plants.
ex: Dwight Lanmon collection
10 ' high by 11 ' wide
A water olla from Cochiti Pueblo made by Virgil Ortiz. Traditionally hand coiled, decorated with natural slips and pigment and traditionally fired. Dated and signed by the artist.
9 1/2" tall x 9" wide
Historic jar with exceptional geometric pattern and elegant form. Jar is unusually thin-walled and is in excellent condition. Original fire cloud. Some ethnographic wear at rim.
11 1/2" high x 13" wide
Hand coiled Zuni Pottery Owl. Decorated with dark brown plant pigment over a white clay slip. Pre signature period but likely made by Nellie Bica Repair to left ear.
6" tall x 6-1/2" wide