Hand coiled Large Olla with Fertility designs painted around it by award winning Acoma potter Franklin Peters!! It has 3 medallions representing a woman's womb, with rain patterns, raindrops, Eagle Tails, Thunderbirds and Clouds! The walls are very thin. The painting and precision is amazing! It also has a spirit break at the rim! This would make a great centerpiece for any collection! A stunning piece!
Cochiti Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Antelope Dancer - Mary Janice Ortiz
HUGE Antelope Dancer figure from noted Cochiti potter Mary Janice Ortiz! This is an incredible piece and would make a great centerpiece for any collection! Janice uses all natural pigments for her paints (Red rock clay for red, White slip which can turn beige or grey depending on the firing conditions, and wild spinach for black) She fires all of her pottery outdoors the traditional way. A true collector's item! Janice is the sister of noted potter Virgil Ortiz and Joyce Ortiz and Inez Ortiz(d). She is also the aunt of Lisa Holt.
Hopi American Indian Pottery Corn Jar - Iris Youvella
Traditional Hopi hand coiled Corn Jar fired outdoors by Iris Youvella. It has 3 dimensional ear of corn and a smooth buff finish. It's a really beautiful piece! Iris is the Granddaughter of Nampeyo of Hano and the daughter of Fannie Nampeyo.
Hopi American Indian Pottery Tall Jar - Mark Tahbo
Traditional Hopi hand coiled Tall Jar fired outdoors by Mark Tahbo. We are not sure of the design element on the front, but it's an incredible piece! He uses all natural materials for his paints. Mark learned from his great grandmother Grace Chapella.
Jemez Pueblo American Indian Pottery Eagle Plate Turquoise - Scott Small
LARGE Eagle Plate with Turquoise Heishi bands around the perimeter! Hand made and painted with natural pigments. It's very difficult to find Scott's pieces these days. Scott is the son of well known potter Mary Small. This is a magnificent work of art! Comes with stand!
Kewa Pueblo Indian Pottery HUGE Deer Jar - Rose Pacheco / Billy Veale
Hand made HUGE Deer Storage Jar with traditional designs and a spirit break. Fired outdoors with natural pigments by noted potter Rose Pacheco & Billy Veale. Rose is the daughter of Gilbert & Paulita Pacheco and the niece of famous potter Robert Tenorio. Rose collaborates with her husband Billy Veale. NOTE: This one is signed only by Billy.
Zia Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Large Storage Jar - Marcellus & Elizabeth Medina
LARGE Hand coiled storage Jar with Butterflies and Birds alternating around the perimeter. It has a total of 25 Butterflies, 10 Hummingbirds & 10 Birds including 2 swallowtails which are important to the Zia people when praying for rain. Marcellus told me this is the first pot they have ever done with this combination of Butterflies, Hummingbirds and Birds. The painting and designs on this are exquisite! Natural paints and fired outdoors! Elizabeth & Marcellus are some of the few potters still active from Zia Pueblo.