American pottery design dating
1920's to 1940's Dimension: 7 x 8 x 8 inches Condition:in excellent condition with some loss to the glaze on the rim. Find more pottery from the American Southwest here: Patina?
Provenance: Four Winds Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pa.; A Gentleman Collector of Southwestern Native American Artifacts, prior to Native American Zuni Pottery 678. section_id=15777760&ref=shopsection_leftnav_1 A History of Pueblo Pottery: “Pueblo pottery is made using a coiled technique that came into northern Arizona and New Mexico from the south, some 1500 years ago.
Style: Mojave replicas, black-on-red, Pottery Making Relatives: Aunt - Susie Soke, Daughter: Dorothea Sunn-Avery, Grand-Daughter: Hilda Sunn-Avery, Nephew: Kevin Mathew Stevens References: The Desert Southwest, Four Thousand Years of Life & Ar Native American Pottery Zuni Pottery 751.
Zuni polychrome red and black over cream slip with two scalloped rosettes, feather elements, cross hatched designs., decorated with a wide geometric border, the body painted with stylized blossoms and bird frieze, Ca.
Although each of these Native American Zia Polychrome Pottery 681.
The production of contemporary art pottery by Van Briggle as well as the fact that the company did not maintain great consistency in its bottom markings can make it difficult for novice Van Briggle collectors to determine accurate dates of production.
Description: 1960's red on buff design depicting human figure signed T.
Bread, 6'' x 3.5',' Theroline Bread, Active: 1980 to 2000, Vessel Forms: Effigies, bowls, jars.
Classic form and design, tan slip, banding below the center panel. Condition: Very good for its age and use which is estimated to be very early 1900"s.
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