Blue Corn (Crucita Gonzales Calabaza) (1921-1999) - San Ildefonso Redware Jar with Feather Design c. 1970s, 3.75" x 5". Signed by the artist on the bottom.
Very good condition: The pottery shows some signs of age and use, but overall is in very good condition. There may be some minor fading or discoloration of the colors, and some minor surface imperfections.
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Ex private collection, Washington. Collected by the owner's mother during the early 1970s at the Hopi Street Fair in Flagstaff, Arizona.