Vintage Bertha Gachupin Jemez Native American Pottery Vase
Bertha Gachupin, Thunder Flower , was born into the Jemez Pueblo in 1954. She is a full blooded Native American Indian and a member of the Zia and Corn Clan. Her pottery falls into the Pueblo category. Bertha was inspired to learn the art of making pottery by her Grandmother, Persingula Gachupin. She was also inspired artistically and economically to continue the family tradition of hand coiling pottery. Bertha specializes in handmade corn stalk pottery. She has continued to use only traditional methods to make her pottery and has mastered the hand coiling, stone polish, and traditional firing needed to perfect her pottery. Bertha's unique style is to use a buff or red slip on the pottery, then applies melon swirls that are carved into the her pottery. She then accents the finished product with corn painted designs to denote her clan origin. The pottery is then hand polished after firing. She signs her pottery as Bertha Gachupin, Jemez, followed by a corn symbol. This piece is an older piece, with an estimated age of the 1970's to 1980's. The top of this piece is off center square instead of a round design, it has both a smooth finish and a non smooth finish. It is 6 1/4 inches tall and 3 1/4 inches across the mouth, the center of the vase is about 5 inches across. It is in excellent condition, no chips, does have very small spot where the paint is missing on the pattern, probably age related. Signed on the bottom with Bertha Gachupin Jemez and the corn stalk symbol. A unique piece that would be an outstanding addition to your collection. Please see our other listings for additional pieces of vintage Native American Pottery.
Beautiful Black Sable obsidian color pottery bowl. Signed on the bottom. Comes witn information card from The Haywin Gallery, Sedona, AZ. Incised decoration is copied from actual Native American designs. 4-1/2 in diameter. 1990s.
Vintage P Zuni Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Vase
Vintage P Zuni Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Vase. This piece has a figure on one edge, painted designs on tow and two little handles on the other. It dates to 1989, is signed on the bottom with P Zuni C, believe the P stands for Pueblo, it is 3 1/4 inches tall by 2 3/4 inches across, in excellent condition, no chips. Please see our other listings for additional pieces of Vintage Native American Pottery.
Vintage Native American Indian Pottery Children Candle
Unique piece of Vintage Native American Indian Pottery Children Candle. This piece has six children holding hands, three girls and three boys, alternating in between each are a mission with a cross on the top and a diamond shape with a cross in the center. It dates to 1989, is signed on the bottom but can't make out the signature, along with the date and has a partial tag attached that says Handcrafted in USA. It is 3 1/2 inches across by 2 1/4 inches tall, in excellent condition, no chips, has some slight scuffing along the edge from age. Please see our other listings for additional pieces of Vintage Native American pottery.
This decorater piece of Taos Pottery,15 yrs old, is bold enough to stand alone. Though it also mingles well with other potteries we've had. This pottery comes from New Mexico. We were fortunate to be somewhere that had some pieces on display. Is hand made and design hand carved an painted. Signed on Bottom.
Very nice signed black pottery vase. Likely Santa Clara pottery; can't really make out the name but maybe you can via the pictures. Looks like Noduda or Ndduda. No chips or cracks. Stands 5.25 tall. This is a hand formed vase; ridges inside. 6/11#tr
Native American Indian Jemez Pueblo Pottery Mary Small
Native American Indian Jemez Pueblo Pottery Mary Small. beautiful vase 4 1/4 inches high and 5 inches wide No chips or cracks. Nice pot, beautiful design, traditional design Condition is Excellent, no chips, cracks or defects.
Navajo Pottery Vase Indian Pottery Pink Hue Signed
NAVAJO POTTERY VASE Indian Pottery, pretty dark pink hue, southwest painting Pink with Etching band, and desert painting. Signed Tara Navajo. Vase is 7 1/4 inches tall and about 6 1/2 inches wide. no chips crack or crazing.
Signed Hopi pottery vase. Signed: L.L. with flower symbol. No chips or cracks; some age wear. This item doesn't look new, but does not look antique either. It is 4.5 tall. It looks very similar to a vase done by Sadie Adams on the King Galleries website, but artist on this vase is different. Nice piece for your collection! 10/09estcs
Vintage Southwest style pottery vase. This looks like an older Mexican vase; possibly Native American. It is 10.5 tall; is hand thrown; and is 31 inches around body. One small crackled spot shown in the pic #6. There might be a mark on bottom but it is very worn so not sure. The bottom is rounded so you also get the metal stand with it. The stand is not old, just an estate sale item. Attractive piece of vintage pottery that would work in a SW style room or Mission style. 9/09esa#
Vintage Venezualan covered jar. This item looks fairly old, but is not antique. Inside of lid it has incised mark: Ceramica ... Vibon, Lara, Venezuala. This is an area of Venez. that makes a lot of tourist pottery so previous owner likely vacationed there and purchased this. But, it does look like an older piece of pottery. Very nicely done item. esa#9/09
Huge vintage hand thrown polychrome vase. Not sure if it is Native American or Mexican but it is an old vase. Interior is black and has ridges indicating it was hand made. It is 13.5 tall x 41.5 circumference. Some stray marks; but the coloring on it is gorgeous, varying from green at bottom, to rust color, to gold. A stunning addition to your Western or Arts & Crafts room. usa only. 8/09roflcs
Southwest Style Native American Adobe Home Art Pot
Beautiful pot, ideal for a candle or lite, its open where the Adobe building is. Has real thick gold gilt trim. it measures 6 inches wide and 5 inches tall. No chips cracks or crazing. SIgned with a gold paw print
This is a beautiful Orange Swirl Nemadji Pottery Native American Style Vase. It measures 6 inches tall and has no chips or cracks. Nemadji Pottery was not really made by Indians, but was just a native style pottery. The pottery was actually originally made by a Scandinavian potter from Minnesota in the 1920's. The clay used to make the pottery came from the Nemadji River, those the name. The style of the pottery was Native American
Navajo Pot--Neck has a narrow opening and 2 loop handles, teepee , sunset and trees with a carved design--Noatsilid Pottery means Rainbow signature pottery--6 inches tall x 4 3/4 inches wide and is signed on the bottom
Navajo Wedding Pot--This is Noatsilid pottery and means Rainbow Signature Pottery--The Native American pot is white with browns and blacks and carved designs on the body--8 inches tall x 6 1/8 inches wide--Signed: Nez Navajo
Jemez Pueblo Indian Pottery Pot By Virginia Chinana
Jemez Pueblo Indian Pottery Pot signed VC, so I think its Virginia Chinana. Measures 1 1/4 inches high, and 1 1/2 inch wide. Interesting round pot, with square opening on top. Has a feather and geometric pattern Condition is Excellent, no chips, cracks or defects.
Native American Navajo Pot--Red earth tone with design etched into the outside of the body of pot--This American Indian piece measures 3 inches tall x 4 1/4 inches wide--Signed on the bottom and says Navajo but can not make out the makers name
Southwest Pastel Native American Pottery Cow Skull
Southwest Native American Pottery, shaped like a Cows Skull Measures 12 long, its 12' wide from end of horns, and about 5 high has no chips or cracks, really nice. Original price on this was 37.95 (tag still attached). If you cant tell by the images, its a lite pink with splashes of turquoise Condition is excellent like new !
Jemez Pueblo Indian Pottery Canteen By S Sarracian
Jemez Pueblo Indian Pottery. Canteen by S.S. Probably S Sarracian or S Sarraino Measures 1 1/4 inches high, and 1 1/4 handle to handle. Very intricate design to this mini canteen Condition is excellent, no chips cracks or damage.
Vintage Pueblo Indian Pottery Pot By Theodora Ortiz
Vintage Southwest Pueblo Indian Pottery. Pot incised signature Theodora Ortiz R. Measures 1 1/4 inches high, and 1 3/4 inch wide. Has beautiful design, of fierce dragons. Condition is Excellent, no chips, cracks or damage
Laguna Indian Pottery Wedding Vase Art & Velma Lucario
LAGUNA Indian Pottery Wedding Vase by Arthur & Velma Lucario Measures 2 1/2 inches tall and about 2 1/2 inches wide and 2 inches deep. Condition is excellent, no chips cracks or damage. Arthur Lucario was born in 1942. He is half Acoma and half Laguna. Arthur specializes in the hand etched ceramic pottery with the red and black etchings. He doesn't use stencils at all. He draws his designs on the greenware and then etches his pottery. His wife, Velma Lucario will often help Arthur with his art.
Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery Pot by Rancie ? Measures 1 1/4 inches high, and 1 3/4 inch wide. Santa Clara pottery, redware with interesting design Condition is Excellent, no chips, cracks or defects.
Jemez Pueblo Indian Pottery Pot By Frances Lola Waquiu
Jemez Pueblo Indian Pottery. Pot by Frances Lola Waquiu Probably from the early 80's. Signed Waquiu Measures 3/4 inches high, and 1 3/8 inches wide. Black design on Red pottery. Condition is Excellent no chips cracks or damage.
Indian Pueblo Pottery beautifully painted vase pot . This highly detailed painting, almost De Grazio like. Painting is very unusual in pots like these. Its unsigned. Measures 1 1/2 high. In excellent condition no chips or cracks
Kimo Decora Isleta Indian Miniature Pottery Wedding Pot
miniature pottery Isleta Pueblo Indian Pottery Multicolor mini Wedding Vase by Kimo DeCora, award winning artist of mini pots . Mini pot Measures about 1 1/2 inch high and 1 1/4 inch wide.. Condition is Excellent, like new. No chips cracks or damage. Used for display only item.
Native American Indian Bowl - White, black and pink design - Measures 2 inches tall x 4 inches wide - Signed L. Vallo, Acoma N.M. - the sticker says Rio Grande Stoneware Albuquerque, NM Made in USA Kokopelli
Mudman Figural Planter or Vase. This is a newer piece from some of the same Chinese centers that created the old-style mudmen from the turn of the century. This one has a paper label printed Made in China on the bottom. Still this is a very cute reproduction piece. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
Vintage Santa Clara signed black pottery vase. The signature is hard to make out; last 3 letters are either 'ita' or 'uta'. Tenuta? Juanita? Lonuta? Someone that is familiar with this pottery e-mailed to say the name might be 'Ouachita'. No chips or cracks; one clay gouge on bottom, and some age/wear on exterior. Age est: 1930's. 5 inches tall. Geometric pattern, black on black. A nice piece of vintage Native American pottery. Native pottery also fits in very well with arts & crafts style furnishings. schau11.07
Signed vintage Hopi polychrome bowl. Very nice design. Has pencil mark on bottom: HOPI, and looks like a W. H. H. or W. H. N. #550. No chips or cracks; some age wear, minor scratches; note closeup picture of rim, some tiny fissures in the clay. This bowl appears to be quite an older one, but I am not sure of the exact age. It is 8.75 wide across top rim x 3.5 tall. It would fit into an arts & crafts, southwest, western, or mission style room quite well!
Very pretty Ceder Mesa pottery vase. Nice Southwestern theme. 6 inches tall and 4-1/2 inches in diameter. Sticker on the bottom has The Taos Connection, Austin, Texas on it. Circa 1970-80s. Very light wear.
Unique Southwestern Art Clay pitcher with art deco styling and chili pepper theme. 6-1/2 inches tall, 9 inches wide with handle and spout and 2-1/2 inches thick. Signed Art Clay USA on bottom. Free of damages. Circa 1970-80s.
Beautiful Southwestern Pueblo pottery bowl depicting a nighttime scene with cut-outs in the pot for windows in the Pueblo building. 6 inches tall and 6 inches in diameter. Signed E. C. N. on bottom and dated 1989. Free of damage other than a light rub mark that may be from the firing process.
Native American Navajo Vase - bulbous body and goes up to a tall narrow neck with two handles. Glazed, brown with black American Indian symbols. Marked on the bottom: LMP TNe, Az Navj., and measures 7 inches tall.
Native American Indian Pottery Bowl Hm Old Signed Mint
Old Handmade Native American Indian Pottery Bowl signed on the bottom and in Mint Condition. Gorgeous round shape and decorated in great colors of slate blue, black, and a muted green, with white rim and bottom. Outside is unfired. Inside has a light glaze. Signed L Posey 4TE in hand written script.
Native American Vase ~ This 4 1/8 inch tall vase is pale pinks and oranges with dark burgundy for detail. Has a few scratch marks. The American Indian piece is signed 25 New West with a mark for initial.
Native American Vase ~ This 4 inch tall vase is all dark blue on inside and has a design carved into body. It has a sticker inside vase that says Sioux Pottery made by Sioux Indians. This American Indian Vase is signed Swift Eagle.
Native American ~ Navajo pot with a carved design of desert colors. This piece was made by Ferguson Whitegoat who passed away at age 33 in 2001. Produced in Gallop, New Mexico by the Mountain Clove People Clan for the Black Streak People Clan. This American Indian piece is signed Ferguson Whitegoat Navajo and measures 3 ¾ inches tall by 5 ¾ inches in diameter.
Native American hand painted framed art tiles. 2 for one price = only $70/each!. The image on them depicts sand paintings of a Kachina and something else. Both are in good condition. The longer one is signed: Sokuaweh, and has the original Hearth Gallery tag on back, Scottsdale, Arizona, and information about the artist. Apparently this artist was listed in 'American Indian Painters of the Southwest and Plains Area', Univ. of New Mexico Press, 1968. This tile is 9.25 long x 5 wide. The other tile is 6.75 long x 6.75 wide. Fabulous items to hang on a wall if you have mission, southwest, cowboy, arts & crafts or country style furnishings!
Porcelain and Pottery-Nippon: Hand Painted Nut Dish or Trinket Dish made by Meito China. Lovely old hand painted nut dish by the Nippon like maker Meito China. This is a beautiful example of hand painting with rich hues of orange, purple and green on a cream background. It measures about 6 ¾ inches across the handles and 1 inch deep, in excellent condition with some gold wear on the rim. How lovely for use, display in your china cabinet or add to your Made in Japan porcelain collection. Perfect for gift giving or immediate use. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
Oriental Hand Painted Saucer. Bamboo trees, thatch hut, boat on the water with gold accents. No markings on this one. Looks like some of the Japanese Kutani, Satsuma or Imari designs. Excellent condition. I would be happy to combine shiipping and handling for multiple item orders.
Native American pottery vase. This vase is very heavy for its size and has a well worn bottom rim. It is initialed A and S? on the bottom and stands 4 high x 3wide at bottom. It has a few tiny spots where blue glaze has flecked off and white clay is showing, but very minor, and no hairlines. They do still make pottery like this out in Arizona/New Mexico, but this does appear to be an older vase judging by the weight and wear on bottom.
Southwest style art pottery vase. Very HEAVY hand formed vase with a Southwest/Native American geometric design. Feels like stoneware; has ridges on interior indicating it was hand made. The black coloring on it is actually darker than the pictures show; my battery was low. This vase has an incised mark: SB RTR. and what looks like a symbol and a 5. Good condition, no chips or cracks. It measures about 6 wide x 3.25 tall. Would be lovely with mission, southwest style furnishings, or with other stoneware.
Very attractive signed art pottery stoneware vase. Looks Native Amrican. Beautiful, heavy duty, art pottery stoneware vase with incised mark on the bottom which I cannot completely read but it looks like an S with a T, not sure on the T though. It has muted reddish and tan colors and measures 5.75 high x 3.75 wide at bottom rim. Good condition, and quite heavy. This vase would go very well in any stoneware, southwest style, or contemporary collection.
Very nice vintage artist signed art pottery vase. c:1947. Signed Hermetz and dated 2-26-47 incised on its glazed bottom; good condition, no chips or cracks. It is very heavy for its size and has some very faint crazing which you only see on the ivory portion if you are looking very close, but other than that, it is perfect for being 66 years old! I am not familiar with this artist, but whomever he/she was, they were very talented. A great vase for a Southwest or Mission style room. Any white spots that appear in the pics is glare from the camera flash and overhead light, (I took these at night). It is almost 4 inches tall x 4.5 wide.
Set of 5 Nagoya Shokai, Nippon, Green Greek Key, bone china Tea Cups. Very dainty egg shell porcelain tea cups in white with gold and green greek key design around the rim and gold on the handle. Very nice condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. Has the crown, N & Co., Nagoya Nippon mark on the bottom. A must have to add to your set. Price is for the set of 5. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.