Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
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Lot 7

Blue Corn (Crucita Gonzales Calabaza) (1921-1999) - San Ildefonso Black on Black Vase with Feather Design c. 1971, 10" x 7" (P3757-011)

Estimate: $750 - $1,200

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Blue Corn (Crucita Gonzales Calabaza) (1921-1999) - San Ildefonso Black on Black Vase with Feather Design c. 197 1 Signed "Blue Corn, San Ildefonso Pueblo" on the bottom. Includes a Second Prize Ribbon from Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial in Gallup, New Mexico from 1971.


Very good condition: The pottery shows some signs of age and use, but overall is in very good condition

Overall Dimensions
Height: 10.00
Width: 7.00

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Ex private collection, Kansas. This was purchased directly from the artist, whom the owner was a close friend of.