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    Hand built by Maria with the classic sloping shoulder, painted by Julian with prayer feathers and fields, pit fired to black.

    Traditionally hand built by the hands of Maria, stone burnished to a high shine, then decorated with the Feather motif by Popovi Da. The pit firing creates the black color, then then heat and timing cause the gunmetal finish, perfected by Popovi.


    Mimbres Pictorial Bowl | Sotheby's

    Zuni Pottery Polychrome Olla, circa 1880

    Four men making arrows on blanket / from Cameron Creek Village

    Fine Pueblo Pottery

    Taos Pueblo woman by a stream. New Mexico. Early 1900s. Photo by Carl Moon. Source - Huntington Digital Library.

    Pueblo Indian Pottery | Zia Pueblo Polychrome Pictorial Olla [SOLD]

    Jar with stepped spiral design Anasazi culture Salado Branch 1200-1275 CE Ceramic Snowflake Black-on-white type Arizona United States

    native+american+pottery | Pottery by Paula Estevan. Very well known for her Acoma Pueblo Pottery ...

    Zia Pueblo Pottery - Zia Olla

    Native American indian Pottery

    Lot# 1113 A Native American Zuni pottery olla. First half 20th century, with narrow mouth over a bulbous body decorated with wave band over further black and red geometric decoration on an ivory ground, 10.5'' H x 14'''' Dia., est: $1500/2500 *Price Realized: $2,280.00

    southwest ART deco | Polychrome storage jar, Tesuque Pueblo, circa 1870-1880.

    20's Acoma Polychrome Pottery

    Very Nice anasazi Black on White Pottery Pitcher

    Acoma Olla

    Acoma Pottery

    PREHISTORIC POTTERY - North America - 'Anasazi prehistoric Black on white pottery bowl, (Mostly original with some plaster fill in the areas where a couple pieces were missing -- easily viewable from back side--see photos). Chaco Canyon Anasazi style.' - Len Wood's Indian Territory

    Margaret Tafoya Santa Clara

    . Zia Polychrome jar, ca. 1910 Zia, NM Exchange with Museum of New Mexico