Lot 058: 4 Santa Clara Pueblo Polychrome Pottery Jars


Out of stock


Style of Stella Chavarria Tafoya Santa Clara Pueblo polychrome pottery jar with wide shoulders and decorated with two bands of a wave pattern. Bears the signature of Stella Tafoya. Style of Elva Nampeyo large Hopi polychrome seed jar decorated with geometric elements along the wide shoulder. The base bears the signature of Elva Nampeyo. Rosa Lopez “Nampeyo” polychrome jar with insect motifs and geometric designs. Bears the signature of Rosa Lopez Nampeyo. Early redware pot in the style of Tonita Roybal and Maria Martinez. The bowl has an incised signature along the base of Maria + Tonita Roybal. The pot has several geometric designs along the wide shoulder. Provenance: Collection of Judith Balderson, MN.

Dimensions: Tafoya; Height: 7 in x diameter: 11 3/4 in. Polacca; Height: 5 1/4 in x diameter: 12 in. Nampeyo; Height: 6 in x diameter: 13 in. Lopez; Height: 8 1/2 in x diameter: 10 in.

Condition: Generally Good Condition, incosistent glaze and paint along the bottom. Some have light, visible etched words. Areas of scattered paint loss and surface wear.

Follow us on Instagram: @revereauctions

Make An Offer

If this object is of interest to you and you would like to make an offer, please fill out the form and we will see if the buyer is interested. We strongly suggest offers at least 75% higher then then hammer price.

Offer prices do no include any shipping tax or other fees.