Our company has dealt in ceramics for over 100 years. Within the last two decades, we have become devotees of the pottery of the pueblo tribal cultures of the American southwest. We admire it for its lovely forms and beautiful decoration, produced from the native clays which the Indians consider sacred.
We offer a range of fine examples of this pottery - historic, modern and contemporary. Acoma, Zia, Cochiti, Jemez, Zuni, Hopi and many other pueblos are represented. There are monochrome, two color, polychrome and four color pieces, as well as blackwares from San Ildefonso and Santa Clara. Names such as Nampeyo, Martinez, Naranjo and Cordero appear.
We hope you find this material as beautiful and fascinating as we do.
Blackware "Bear Paw" Jar by Margaret Tafoya,
Santa Clara Pueblo.
Height: 12 Inches. Circa 1960
Acoma Four Color Polychrome Olla,
Ht. 11" Width 12 1/2"
Tel: (540) 840-8383 • Fax: (540) 373-0924 • Email: email@example.com
Exhibit at: The Washington Winter Show in January
• The New York Ceramics Fair in January