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Lot 205

Teresita Naranjo (1919-1999) - Santa Clara Black Wedding Vase with Carved Design c. 1960-70s, 6" x 4.75" x 4.75" (P3721)

Estimate: $450 - $750

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Teresita Naranjo (1919-1999) - Santa Clara Black Wedding Vase with Carved Design c. 1960-70s, 6" x 4.75" x 4.75". Signed by the artist on the bottom.


Excellent condition: The pottery is in near-mint condition, with no visible signs of wear, fading or damage. The surface is smooth and intact. No restoration.

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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.