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Vintage Jemez Indian White Slip RIBBED MELON BOWL, 5.50 x 9 Gordon Foley

Vintage Jemez Indian White Slip RIBBED MELON BOWL, 5.50 x 9 Gordon Foley

Vintage Jemez Indian White Slip RIBBED MELON BOWL, 5.50 x 9 Gordon Foley

Vintage Jemez Indian White Slip RIBBED MELON BOWL, 5.50 x 9 Gordon Foley

Vintage Jemez Indian White Slip RIBBED MELON BOWL, 5.50 x 9 Gordon Foley

Vintage Jemez Indian White Slip RIBBED MELON BOWL, 5.50″ x 9″ Gordon Foley. For your consideration is this gorgeous hand coiled and hand painted white slip ribbed melon bowl by renown Jemez potter Gordon Foley, circa early 2000′s. This is a large melon ribbed pot and is structurally perfect in every way. This melon bowl is perfect in every way. Here are 48 ribs and they are as even and precise as one could imagine. A wonderful and very rare shape with a high shoulder, narrow opening and with a small base. Measures approx 5-1/2″ tall x 9″ wide. Signed on the bottom. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Gordon Foley, “Middle of the Plaza”, was born in 1975 into the Jemez Pueblo and also of the Oto-Missouria tribe. Gordon was inspired by his elders to learn the art of pottery making. As a child, Gordon would assist other members of his Pueblo to hand coil their pottery and observe their methods, with a careful eye and gather knowledge so that one day he too would be able to make beautiful art of his own. Gordon specializes in hand coiled contemporary styled pottery, but he is not limited to just that, he also has made clay sculptures. Gordon signs his pottery Gordon Foley, Jemez. He is the son of renown Jemez potter Laura Gachupin, grandson of Marie G. Romero, and related to Bertha Gachupin (godmother), Maxine Toya (aunt), and Damian Toya (cousin). Gordon’s fame is widespread and his rendition of melon ribbing is as sharp and crisp as his mother’s. The Jemez Pueblo is located in Central-Northern New Mexico. The pottery produced there is known for its distinctive earth-tone colors blending stone polished and matte finishes with painted and etched designs. The people of Jemez abandoned the craft of pottery making sometime in the early 18th century and relied instead on purchasing wares from other Pueblos, mostly Zia. Eventually they began to create their own work again during the 1920s and 30s, incorporating Zia’s traditional designs and styles. It was not until the late 70s or 80s when Jemez pottery, with the help of noted potters such as Juanita Fragua. And Mary Small, that Jemez pottery began to take on more distinctive designs and qualities that have made it very popular among collectors and enthusiasts. Wedding vases and seed pots were pieces common to many Pueblo nations, but the Friendship Pot is unique to the Jemez Pueblo pottery tradition. Often decorated with turtles, a sign of water and life, these pots have clay people molded to the top as if looking ina reminder of the friendships that. Flourished during gatherings around water collecting pots after a rain storm. We have a nice selection of vintage and current pottery, please feel free to browse our store at your leisure! 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 newsletter for updates on newly listed items, sales and special promotions! We would be happy to consider reasonable offers. We fell in love with Native American jewelry many years ago and really appreciate the true craftsmanship that goes into the making of a piece of genuine Native American jewelry art! That is why we chose to partner up with some of the oldest and most reputable Trading Posts in the Southwest who deal directly with the Native American artisans to bring you a large selection of authentic Native American products. These artisans come from the Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and affiliate tribes on the reservations, so you can be assured that all our Native American products are authentic! 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. Thank you and God Bless! Please allow up to 10 days for transit time, depending on your location. The item “Vintage Jemez Indian White Slip RIBBED MELON BOWL, 5.50 x 9 Gordon Foley” is in sale since Monday, October 1, 2018. 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.
  • Style: Bowl
  • Theme: Southwest
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Artisan: Gordon Foley
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • Tribal Affiliation: Jemez Indian
  • Type: Native American Pottery

NAMPEYO of Hano! REDUCED! Ultra-RARE Vintage Hopi BIRD BOWL with WHITE Slip! SALE

NAMPEYO of Hano! REDUCED! Ultra-RARE Vintage Hopi BIRD BOWL with WHITE Slip! SALE

NAMPEYO of Hano! REDUCED! Ultra-RARE Vintage Hopi BIRD BOWL with WHITE Slip! SALE

NAMPEYO of Hano! REDUCED! Ultra-RARE Vintage Hopi BIRD BOWL with WHITE Slip! SALE

NAMPEYO of Hano! REDUCED! Ultra-RARE Vintage Hopi BIRD BOWL with WHITE Slip! SALE

NAMPEYO of Hano! REDUCED! Ultra-RARE Vintage Hopi BIRD BOWL with WHITE Slip! SALE

NAMPEYO of Hano! REDUCED! Ultra-RARE Vintage Hopi BIRD BOWL with WHITE Slip! SALE

NAMPEYO of Hano! REDUCED! Ultra-RARE Vintage Hopi BIRD BOWL with WHITE Slip! SALE

NAMPEYO of Hano! REDUCED! Ultra-RARE Vintage Hopi BIRD BOWL with WHITE Slip! SALE

NAMPEYO of Hano! REDUCED! Ultra-RARE Vintage Hopi BIRD BOWL with WHITE Slip! SALE

NAMPEYO of Hano! REDUCED! Ultra-RARE Vintage Hopi BIRD BOWL with WHITE Slip! SALE

NAMPEYO of Hano! REDUCED! Ultra-RARE Vintage Hopi BIRD BOWL with WHITE Slip! SALE

RARE BIRD MOTIF w/ WHITE KAOLIN. Easily Attributed to Nampeyo of Hano. “Circa 1901 -1905, Pre-Hopi House Era”. Wide & 3-1/2 in. The Sikyatki inspired twin “Man-Eagle” birds. The bowl is more. White-like in the daylight than what the photos display. Note the new last photo with sunlight – with another bowl (NOT included in this Listing). It may help to illustrate the aged color, and provide comparison of the antique color tone of. The black and “splotchy” red finishes, as well as the main body color. Note a minor chip on rim of Bird bowl & age related abrasion. Again, the 2nd bowl is NOT included in this listing. There is no question who made that one. Our ” Attribution Process ” is much more than an ” aesthetic appraisal ” based on our extensive experience, in as much as we methodically analyze every factor – all the design elements & layout, paint tone, ceramic production excellence, and various combinations of each togethe r etc. To determine with linear logic the mathematical probabilities that the piece in question could only have been made by one artist, and one artist alone. Design motif that separates the birds, were one of Nampeyo’s unique signature motifs. Note the asymmetrical accent of five dots, the perfect form of the bowl, polished exterior, and the decisively executed painting of the rare bird motif. This Nampeyo bowl is slipped with a non-crazing white kaolin slip as opposed to the typical crazing seen in the slip of Polacca wares. During the first decade of the 20th century, Kaolin slip was obtained from the Coyote Springs area. Coyote Springs was by the Nampeyo family ranch and supplied the finest kaolin clay in the area. Apparently, the kaolin deposit at Coyote Springs became exhausted during the first decade of the 20th century. Decades after Nampeyo’s use of the white slip, Paqua Naha ” rediscovered ” the use of a burnished kaolin slip still currently in use by her descendants Very few such Bird bowls of Nampeyo can be found today anywhere – even in Museum collections. Both the exact shape, specific design elements. As well as the. With other pottery bowls from the antiquities market. Generally accepted as attributed to Nampeyo of Hano. “When I first began to paint, “. Nampeyo told Ruth Bunzel. Through an interpreter in the 1920s. I used to go to the ancient villages. And copy the designs. That is how I learned to paint. But now I just close my eyes. And I paint them. Museum Grade – without any major cracks. Don’t be misled by such practices. DOUBLE BOXED, and FULLY INSURED. We don’t gamble with Nampeyo Pottery. We reserve the right to waive it at our discretion. The free listing tool. The item “NAMPEYO of Hano! REDUCED! Ultra-RARE Vintage Hopi BIRD BOWL with WHITE Slip! SALE” is in sale since Sunday, November 20, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Pottery”. The seller is “this_olde_house” and is located in Quincy, Illinois. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, Japan, Australia.
  • Provenance: Ownership History Not Available
  • Artisan: attributed to Nampeyo of Hano
  • Origin: First Mesa – Hopi Res.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Hopi Tewa
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States