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Vintage Rose Cata Gonzales San Ildefonso Pueblo Blackware Black Pottery Bowl Nr

Vintage Rose Cata Gonzales San Ildefonso Pueblo Blackware Black Pottery Bowl Nr

Vintage Rose Cata Gonzales San Ildefonso Pueblo Blackware Black Pottery Bowl Nr

Vintage Rose Cata Gonzales San Ildefonso Pueblo Blackware Black Pottery Bowl Nr

Vintage Rose Cata Gonzales San Ildefonso Pueblo Blackware Black Pottery Bowl Nr

Vintage Rose Cata Gonzales San Ildefonso Pueblo Blackware Black Pottery Bowl Nr

Vintage Rose Cata Gonzales San Ildefonso Pueblo Blackware Black Pottery Bowl Nr

Vintage Rose Cata Gonzales San Ildefonso Pueblo Blackware Black Pottery Bowl Nr

Vintage Rose Cata Gonzales San Ildefonso Pueblo Blackware Black Pottery Bowl Nr

Vintage Rose Cata Gonzales San Ildefonso Pueblo Blackware Black Pottery Bowl Nr

Vintage Rose Cata Gonzales San Ildefonso Pueblo Blackware Black Pottery Bowl Nr

VINTAGE SAN ILDEFONSO PUEBLO BLACKWARE POTTERY BOWL BY. ROSE CATA GONZALES (1900 – 1989). Being offered today is a vintage piece of blackware pottery created by Rose Cata Gonzales believed to date to the late 1930′s. The piece in very nice overall condition with no chips or cracks to the body. There are a few flea bites on the surface and mineral residue from the clay. Marked on the base with a strong “Rose” and remnant of a paper label. A relative said that the family had many vacations to the southwest in the early 1950′s. The bowl was wrapped in newspaper that crumbled away like onion skin when I discovered it. I believed that the white mineral salt dust on the surface may be an indication of clay that she used during a certain time period. As The Antique Roadshow says, “don’t clean anything unless you know”. It is a beauty. Rose w as originally from. Ohkay Owingeh (San Juan) Pueblo. In the 1920s, Rose learned first how to make polished blackware. Rose was credited as the innovator of deep carved pottery around 1930 at San Ildefonso. Dimensions: 4.75″ (12mm) width / 3.0″ (7.5mm) height. Item described as accurately as possible. The item “VINTAGE ROSE CATA GONZALES SAN ILDEFONSO PUEBLO BLACKWARE BLACK POTTERY BOWL NR” is in sale since Tuesday, April 30, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery”. The seller is “acmeparagon” and is located in Columbus, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Artisan: Rose Cata Gonzales
  • Provenance: Ownership History Not Available
  • Origin: Southwest US
  • Tribal Affiliation: San Ildefonso Pueblo

TONITA JUAN ROYBAL San Ildefonso Blackware Jar Bowl Pot Circa 1930′S RARE VTG

TONITA JUAN ROYBAL San Ildefonso Blackware Jar Bowl Pot Circa 1930'S RARE VTG

TONITA JUAN ROYBAL San Ildefonso Blackware Jar Bowl Pot Circa 1930'S RARE VTG

TONITA JUAN ROYBAL San Ildefonso Blackware Jar Bowl Pot Circa 1930'S RARE VTG

TONITA JUAN ROYBAL San Ildefonso Blackware Jar Bowl Pot Circa 1930'S RARE VTG

TONITA JUAN ROYBAL San Ildefonso Blackware Jar Bowl Pot Circa 1930'S RARE VTG

TONITA JUAN ROYBAL San Ildefonso Blackware Jar Bowl Pot Circa 1930'S RARE VTG

TONITA JUAN ROYBAL San Ildefonso Blackware Jar Bowl Pot Circa 1930'S RARE VTG

TONITA JUAN ROYBAL San Ildefonso Blackware Jar Bowl Pot Circa 1930'S RARE VTG

TONITA JUAN ROYBAL San Ildefonso Blackware Jar Bowl Pot Circa 1930'S RARE VTG

TONITA JUAN ROYBAL San Ildefonso Blackware Jar Bowl Pot Circa 1930'S RARE VTG

TONITA JUAN ROYBAL San Ildefonso Blackware Jar Bowl Pot Circa 1930'S RARE VTG

TONITA / JUAN ROYBAL BLACKWARE JAR. VERY RARE AND BEAUTIFUL POT. HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE SIGNED TONITA AND JUAN ROYBAL. MEASURES 7″ X 9″. HAVE HAD IT EXAMINED IN ORDER TO OBTAIN A PROFESSIONAL EVALUATION FOR FULL DISCLOSURE. THE POT IS CIRCA 1930′S AND HAS BEEN MAINTAINED WELL. THIS IS A WELL MAINTAINED BLACKWARE JAR. THERE ARE WATER DAMAGE SPOTS ON THE LOWER HALF AND SOME PARTS OF THE NECK. NOT GENERALLY NOTICABLE WHEN DISPLAYING, BUT FOR FULL DISCLOSURE. I HAVE TAKEN EXCELLENT PICTURES WHICH ACTUALLY DEFINE THESE THINGS BECAUSE OF THE LIGHTING MORE THAN YOU WOULD ACTUALLY SEE THEM WHEN HOLDING OR LOOKING AT THE POT. THERE ARE ALSO TWO GREY/WHITE AREAS (PICTURED) ON ONE SIDE AROUND THE SHOULDER WHERE HE DETERMINED IT WAS PROBABLY OVERFIRED AND HAD SOMETHING TOUCHING IT DURING THE FIRING (EXPLANATION I GOT). ALL IS THE NATURE OF A POT FROM THE 1930′S THAT IS REALLY A BEAUTIFUL AND HIGHLY COLLECTION POT. THERE IS ALSO A DOT SIZE TINY CHIP ON THE SIDE OF THE POT. IT IS SIGNED ON THE BOTTOM.. TONITA / JUAN POTTERY IS HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE AND VERY RARE THESE DAYS. THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL PIECE! PROVENANCE WE HAVE ON THE JAR READS CIRCA 1920′S. INFORMATION FROM KNOWLEDGABLE EBAYER STATES THAT DUAL SIGNATURES ARE ACTUALLY 1930′S, SO I HAVE REFLECTED THE CHANGE IN THE LISTING. IT IS A BEAUTIFUL AND HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE BLACKWARE JAR. PLEASE EXAMINE THE PHOTOS FOR ADDITIONAL DETAIL AND CONDITION. THANK YOU FOR LOOKING. The item “TONITA JUAN ROYBAL San Ildefonso Blackware Jar Bowl Pot Circa 1930′S RARE VTG” is in sale since Tuesday, May 15, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Pottery”. The seller is “canyon_collections” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Artisan: TONITA & JUAN
  • Tribal Affiliation: SAN ILDEFONSO
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

DOUG TAFOYA VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BLACKWARE POTTERY BOWL Pueblo SIGNED

DOUG TAFOYA VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BLACKWARE POTTERY BOWL Pueblo SIGNED

DOUG TAFOYA VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BLACKWARE POTTERY BOWL Pueblo SIGNED

DOUG TAFOYA VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BLACKWARE POTTERY BOWL Pueblo SIGNED

DOUG TAFOYA VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BLACKWARE POTTERY BOWL Pueblo SIGNED

DOUG TAFOYA VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BLACKWARE POTTERY BOWL Pueblo SIGNED

DOUG TAFOYA VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BLACKWARE POTTERY BOWL Pueblo SIGNED

DOUG TAFOYA VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BLACKWARE POTTERY BOWL Pueblo SIGNED

DOUG TAFOYA VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BLACKWARE POTTERY BOWL Pueblo SIGNED

DOUG TAFOYA VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BLACK WARE POTTERY BOWL Pueblo SIGNED. DOUG TAFOYA SANTA CLARA. It measures 2 1/2 Inches Tall, 4 1/2 inches Wide. All Items Come From A Non-Smoking Home. The items in the pictures are the actual product you will be receiving. They are the buyers responsibility. If the item is confiscated I will not be Responsible. The item “DOUG TAFOYA VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BLACKWARE POTTERY BOWL Pueblo SIGNED” is in sale since Sunday, May 6, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery”. The seller is “thingsandthingsantiques” and is located in Everett, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Provenance: Ownership History Not Available
  • Origin: Santa Clara
  • Artisan: Doug Tafoya
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico
  • Tribal Affiliation: Pueblo

Vtg Santa Clara Pueblo Blackware Bowl Signed Julia Excellent Condition

Vtg Santa Clara Pueblo Blackware Bowl Signed Julia Excellent Condition

Vtg Santa Clara Pueblo Blackware Bowl Signed Julia Excellent Condition

Vtg Santa Clara Pueblo Blackware Bowl Signed Julia Excellent Condition

Vtg Santa Clara Pueblo Blackware Bowl Signed Julia Excellent Condition

Vtg Santa Clara Pueblo Blackware Bowl Signed Julia Excellent Condition

Vtg Santa Clara Pueblo Blackware Bowl Signed Julia Excellent Condition

Vintage Santa Clara Pueblo Signed Julia Blackware Bowl Round Bowl With Handle On Back And Bird Head On Front With Design Inside The Bowl Approximately 6 1/2″ Diameter And 8″ Diameter Measuring From Handle To Beak Of Bird Head Approximately Sits 1 1/2″ Off Of Table With Bird Head 2 3/4″ High And Handle 2 1/4 High Lovely Unique Piece Of Blackware Pottery Excellent Condition. The item “Vtg Santa Clara Pueblo Blackware Bowl Signed Julia Excellent Condition” is in sale since Thursday, January 04, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery”. The seller is “avb1950″ and is located in Long Lake, Minnesota. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Artisan: Julia
  • Origin: Native American
  • Tribal Affiliation: Santa Clara Pueblo
  • Provenance: Ownership History Not Available
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Blackware Bowl: 6 1/2″ x 8″

Vintage Santa Clara Blackware Pottery Bowl Signed Madeline Santa Clara

Vintage Santa Clara Blackware Pottery Bowl Signed Madeline Santa Clara

Vintage Santa Clara Blackware Pottery Bowl Signed Madeline Santa Clara

Vintage Santa Clara Blackware Pottery Bowl Signed Madeline Santa Clara

Vintage Santa Clara Blackware Pottery Bowl Signed Madeline Santa Clara

Vintage Santa Clara Blackware Pottery Bowl Signed Madeline Santa Clara

Vintage Santa Clara Blackware Pottery Bowl Signed Madeline Santa Clara

Vintage Santa Clara Blackware Pottery Bowl Signed Madeline Santa Clara

Vintage Santa Clara Blackware Pottery Bowl Signed Madeline Santa Clara

Vintage Santa Clara Blackware Pottery Bowl Signed Madeline Santa Clara

Vintage Santa Clara Blackware Pottery Bowl Signed Madeline Santa Clara

Vintage Santa Clara Blackware Pottery Bowl Signed Madeline Santa Clara

Signed “Madeline Santa Clara”. ABOUT THE ARTIST: (believed to be) Tafoya Naranjo, Madeline (Santa Clara). She was the cousin of the famous potter Margaret Tafoya. In her lifetime, she won many awards from the Santa Fe Indian Market, and the prestigious Governor’s Award. Madeline learned her trade from her Grandmother and her aunt. She specialized in traditional Santa Clara black and red pottery. Madeline past away after a short illness in late December, 2002 at the age of 90. Madeline was a legend in Santa Clara Pueblo Pottery and will be sorely missed. Santa Clara Navajo pottery. Santa Clara Pueblo, a Tewa-speaking Pueblo located along the Rio Grande River in northern New Mexico, has one of the most dynamic and innovative pottery-making communities in the world. Today, the Pueblos best known pottery style is polished blackware with precisely carved sgraffito designs. Blackware can be traced back to the 12th century and was revived in the early 20th century by potters from San Ildefonso Pueblo. Though their style is similar to San Ildefonsos, Santa Clara potters set themselves apart by carving designs into the clay rather than painting them on the surface. This type of low relief carving, called sgraffito, was a major shift in style that had a lasting effect on modern Pueblo pottery. Blackware remains popular, but there are many Santa Clara artists who have developed their own signature styles. Known for their creativity, these potters experiment with non-traditional, asymmetrical vessel shapes and contemporary design motifs. No matter their style, Pueblo potters from Santa Clara have an unbelievable mastery of their craft, making their handmade pots among the most valuable in the world. Black pottery from the Santa Clara Pueblo is among the most well-known in the entire world. Maria Martinez of San Ildefonso Pueblo is arguably the most well known Potter ever to live. She became famous for the black pottery tradition that is now carried on by artists of the Santa Clara Pueblo. Santa Clara Pueblo pottery has become the most collectible Native American pottery. This incredible art form begins with natural red clays gathered from the pueblos and surrounding hills. The clay undergoes many preparations before it is finally molded into the finished product. The artist generally rolls the clay into long thin rolls, then begins to “build” the piece by layering these rolls one on top of the other. This hand coiled method includes smoothing the coils by hand to the pottery’s final shape. The artist then begins the arduous task of polishing the piece. This is accomplished by rubbing a smooth “polishing” stone over the piece over and over until the red clay shines. Finally, the piece is fired in an “oxygen reduction” firing process. During the firing, the artist smothers the fire with horse manure. The manure traps a thick, carbon rich smoke all around the piece. The carbon contained in the smoke fuses itself into the clay, turning it black. This black color can never be removed or washed off. The entire process is fraught with problems as about 3 of every 5 pieces actually emerge from the fire without damage. Given the rarity of this pottery, artists often view the clay as a living entity. A finished piece is often revered as a gift from what pueblo potters often respectfully refer to as the “Clay Mother”. The end result is a stunning piece of Native American pottery work of art. 1 of hundreds of personal fine items and collectibles plus items from my metaphysical bookstore I recently closed, plus books, tarot, videos, jewelry, gifts and more. Try me you’ll love me! We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as “gifts” – US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. 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Give it a shot and see how it works! The item “Vintage Santa Clara Blackware Pottery Bowl Signed Madeline Santa Clara” is in sale since Saturday, October 22, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery”. The seller is “chesproperties” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Provenance: Ownership History Available
  • Tribal Affiliation: Santa Clara Navajo
  • Artisan: Madeline
  • Origin: Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Vintage’40s San Ildefonso Blackware Pottery Bowl with Wings Rosalie Aguilar (d)

Vintage'40s San Ildefonso Blackware Pottery Bowl with Wings Rosalie Aguilar (d)

Vintage'40s San Ildefonso Blackware Pottery Bowl with Wings Rosalie Aguilar (d)

Vintage'40s San Ildefonso Blackware Pottery Bowl with Wings Rosalie Aguilar (d)

Vintage'40s San Ildefonso Blackware Pottery Bowl with Wings Rosalie Aguilar (d)

Vintage’40s San Ildefonso Blackware Pottery Bowl with Wings Rosalie Aguilar (d). Rosalie married into the San Ildefonso pueblo tribe in 1922 at the age of 24. This gorgeous vintage bowl was created, carved and polished by Rosalie. The bowl has a bird and bird wing pattern on each side of the piece. It has the cameo style of carving which was typical at San Ildefonso in the 1930s. It is an unusual design and surprisingly complex. The sharp edge designs are always technically more difficult to create than the rounded ones. The bowl is in good condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair. There are some very light surface scratches. Measures approx 4″ tall x 6″ wide. It is signed, Rosalie on the bottom in the clay. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. A fantastic and historic signed Blackware carved pottery bowl by famous San Ildefonso Indian Rosalie Aguilar to add to your collection! If you are interested in more than one item, we would be happy to work out a package deal. Thanks for looking and be sure to check out my store for more selections of authentic handmade Native American pottery! If you like our products, please add me to your. List or consider subscribing to our. For updates on newly listed items, sales and special promotions! If you prefer, subscribe to our. For daily updates (found at the bottom of our store home page). We would be happy to consider reasonable offers. Most of our old pawn items are One-of-a-Kind and subject to availability. Some of our new items can be re-produced and therefore may have some slight variances from the pictures. We try to keep our listings up to date, but may occasionally miss one. In some cases, we can have one custom made with a two week lead time. We try our best to present the item as accurately as possible, but due to the effects of photo lighting, camera settings or computer monitor settings, the actual color may vary slightly than pictured. If you should have any issues with your items, please. Thank you and God Bless! Please allow up to 10 days for transit time, depending on your location. The item “Vintage’40s San Ildefonso Blackware Pottery Bowl with Wings Rosalie Aguilar (d)” is in sale since Monday, August 29, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery”. The seller is “pizzazz307″ and is located in Made in USA. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • Type: Native American Pottery
  • Artisan: Rosalie Aguilar
  • Tribal Affiliation: San Ildefonso Pueblo