SOLD ITEM 4820 - Maria Santana San Ildefonso Pueblo Pottery bowl signed

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This is an exceptional black jar with an mirror-like burnish. Traditionally, Maria would have made the bowl, her sister Clara would have polished it, her daughter-in-law Santana would have painted it, and her son, Adam would have fired it. It appears that this was the case. This bowl is a fine example of their work. It is in good condition, displaying the expected amount of very minor surface scratches for a piece of this age, with no breaks, cracks, etc. It is signed Maria & Santana and would have been made in the in the 1950-1960 span. Measures 6 and three quarter inches wide by 3 inches high. To read a bio on Maria go to this website address
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