CO-7: Mexican vintage folk art, and Mexican vintage pottery and ceramics, a very colorful and wonderful pottery piece depicting the Flight Into Egypt of the Holy Family, Ocumicho, Michoacan, c. 1960's. Price: $165. However, pottery production in Nambé Pueblo remains extremely limited, and any Nambé vessel created through. The fine glaze and good floral artwork make this piece very special. CW-3: Mexican vintage pottery and ceramics, a lovely pottery pitcher with an almost irridescent glaze and floral decorations, Michoacan, c. 1930's. Price: $475 for the pair. DA-3: Mexican vintage folk art, and Mexican vintage pottery and ceramics, a wonderful pottery sculpture depicting Padre Miguel Hidalgo, the father of the Mexican revolution of 1810, Oaxaca, c. 1930's. Shop for-and learn about-Vintage Mexican Pottery. Santo Domingo vessels are most easily distinguished from pottery of other Pueblos by their large, blocky and often symmetrical designs. This charger features a wonderful bird sitting on top of a cactus. This is a wonderful older piece of folk art from Portugal. Today, the beautiful burnished vases and pots created by Navajo potters are admired as fine art and add much to the vibrant Native American pottery traditions of the Southwest. The black-ware charger is decorated with a hand-painted scene of a campesino and his trusty burros, a wonderful scene of rural Mexican village life! Thank you! The figure is very graceful and stunningly beautiful! Friday, June 25, Early Admission, 11:00am-6:00pm. Condition is excellent. Condition is excellent. They are stamped on the back with the Arias stamp. BI-6: Mexican vintage pottery and ceramics, a lovely pottery tecomate with beautiful glazing and exquisite artwork, Tlaquepaque or Tonala Jalisco, c. 1940's. They typically do not feature painted designs, a practice discouraged by elders to maintain cultural and religious privacy. Today a very small group of artist including Myron Sarracino continues to create fine traditional work, but pottery from Laguna Pueblo remains rare and valuable. Size: 10 1/2 inches diameter. The tree features a very wonderful and stately Archangel Gabriel near the base, with beautiful flowers, birds, and decorations. Price: $165. Today, Hopi artists produce some of the most exquisite handcrafted pots available, and their vessels are among the most collected art forms in Southwestern Native art. DC-11: Mexican vintage pottery and ceramics, a beautiful pottery plate with a starry night background and lovely indigo blue glazing, and decorated with beautiful birds in flight, Tonala or San Pedro Tlaquepaque, c. 1930's. This piece is extremely well-formed and painted; it is simply beautiful! They shared their techniques with the rest of San Ildefonso, which energized the economic and cultural life of this small Pueblo. The piece is unsigned, but it is truly the work of a master. Size: 9 1/2 inches long by 8 inches high by 3 3/4 inches wide. Condition is very good. Traditional Navajo pots are smoothed and scraped with corncobs and fired in an open pit using juniper wood as fuel. DC-8: Mexican vintage folk art, and Mexican vintage pottery and ceramics, a lovely pottery candleholder with a beautiful angel, Michoacan, c. 1940's. This is the heart and soul of Mexican folk art! For hundreds of years, the Nambe people made cooking pots from micaceous clay as well as plain blackware for utilitarian purposes, but traditional pottery-making declined in the 20th century. The bowl is decorated with the eagle, the symbol of the Mexican flag. The colors are wonderful, and the artwork features floral designs, birds, and leaping gazelles. DC-4: Mexican vintage pottery and ceramics, a wonderful pottery bandera-ware coffee set with a lidded coffee pot, a creamer and a sugar, Tonala or San Pedro Tlaquepaque, c. 1930's.This style of pottery is called bandera-ware because the colors (red, white, and green) mirror the colors of the Mexican flag, or bandera in Spanish. See artwork with the Rain Parrot Design >. This is a masterpiece of vintage Mexican folk art and a collector's dream! The artwork on the tile is extremely fine. CU-13: Mexican vintage pottery and ceramics, a lovely pottery plate with a petatillo (cross-hatching resembling a straw mat or petate) and wonderful colors and artwork, Tonala or San Pedro Tlaquepaque, c. 1930's. BB-11: Mexican vintage pottery and ceramics, and Mexican vintage folk art, a pottery duck standing next to a lovely blackware vase, from Tlaquepaque, Jalisco, c. 1930's. Size: 14 inches diameter. Sunday, Aug. 8, 10am-4pm. The overall effect is stunningly beautiful. Though San Ildefonso is a small Pueblo, their potters have had an enormous impact on the development of modern Pueblo pottery, and their work continues to be highly valued and collected today. The coloring applied to the pottery came from dyes taken from local plants and minerals. DB-11: Mexican vintage pottery and ceramics, a wonderful pottery pig with fine artwork, Tonala or San Pedro Tlaquepaque, c. 1940's. It's a figurine of a dove, with what looks like an insect as the mark, and also signed MEXICO. Pewabic Pottery Pewabic is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to enriching the human spirit through clay. Size: 10 1/4 inches high by 6 inches wide by 5 1/4 inches deep (front to back). Size: 9 inches high by 9 inches wide by 1 1/2 inches deep (top to bottom of Talavera tray). Size: 8 3/4 inches diameter. Recognizing that each Pueblo’s technique and style have been developed over centuries, mastered by individual artists over years and is reflected in each one-of-a-kind […] Price: $925. It is signed on the back, "Hecho por Pedro Chavez B. Tonala, Jal". Both the saucer and the cup are marked on the bottoms, Fabrica Lucano; they were made by some of the finest artists of this period. Price: $375. Condition is excellent. The traditional Santo Domingo style features brown, black or red designs on a buff background, often with a red base, though red-on-black and blackware pots are also made today. Price: $375. Blackware remains popular, but there are many Santa Clara artists who have developed their own signature styles. The pottery bank is decorated with beautiful geometric designs, and it appears that a very skilled bull-rider is on the way to the rodeo. Before becoming famous, Heron Martinez created many utilitarian pieces, including plant holders, water jars, frog pots, and lovely statues like this one. Size: 10 inches high by 8 1/4 inches wide (4 1/2 inches diameter across the circular base). This is a great piece of vintage Mexican pottery! Size: 13 1/2 inches high by 4 inches wide by 3 1/2 inches deep (front to back, including the handle). Size: the larger bottle is 7 1/2 inches high by 3 1/2 inches wide by 3 inches deep (front to back). Price: $200. Saturday, June 26, 9:00am-4:00pm. Condition is very good. Size: 24 inches high by 16 inches wide (at widest part) by 7 inches diameter across the circular base. What also sets Taos and Picuris pots apart is that they are functional and can be used for cooking. Explore More From Picuris Pueblo >, Today it is extremely difficult to find handcrafted pottery from Pojoaque Pueblo as there are only three or four active potters. The jar is done in the petatillo hatchwork style (with straw-like hatchwork in the background) for which Balbino Lucano is famous. Colors are vibrant and bright. Pots from this period often featured brown slip on the base, rim and interior. Cordero was inspired by the traditional “Singing Mother” figure often represented in clay, and by her grandfather, a legendary Cochiti storyteller. DC-5: Mexican vintage folk art, and Mexican vintage pottery and ceramics, a pottery tree-of-life, all in white, with floral designs, a lovely dove, and a butterfly, possibly from Metepec, c. 1950. Condition is excellent. Size: 4 1/4 inches high by 5 1/16 inches wide, at the widest part and not including the handles. This is great Mexican folk art. Size: 16 inches wide by 12 1/4 inches high. Condition is excellent. The artist is unknown, but the caliber of work is exceptional. This style of Oaxacan pottery is referred to as "losa goteada" or dripware, and this piece is attributed to the Jimenez family. A handful of potters in the Shonto and Cow Springs region of Arizona continued to make traditional pottery, and in the 1950s the form underwent a revival led by Navajo potter Rose Williams and her daughter Alice Cling. The scenes are beautifully painted and are wonderful. This type of pottery is called bandera (Spanish for "flag") because of the colors of red, green, and white, the colors of the Mexican flag. It is made of natural terra cotta red clay, and it is stunning. July 31-August 2, 2020: Great Southwestern Antiques Show, Albuquerque Fairgrounds, Lujan Building, Albuquerque, NM. This is an excellent and highly collectible piece of Mexican vintage folk art! Price: $265. BU-1: Mexican vintage folk art, and Mexican vintage pottery and ceramics, a whimsical and lovely pottery mermaid with a guitar and wonderfully decorated, Metepec, c. 1950. Price: $725. Price: $225. Pottery marks identification is made easy and fun with this one-stop interactive site. CV-7: Mexican vintage pottery and ceramics, a wonderful banderaware utilitarian bean pot, with beautiful decorations and stamping, Tonala or San Pedro Tlaquepaque, c. 1930's. Size: 9 inches high by 7 inches long by 2 inches wide. Price: $375. 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