A Guide to Pueblo Pottery
A companion to the best-selling A Guide to Navajo Rugs. Includes color photographs and full descriptions of the eighteen most collectible pottery styles of the Southwest. The concise and informative text is supplemented by quotes from well-known potters.
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Acoma potters Albuquerque anunals appliqued ARTISANS black and red boiled beeweed bowls carved ceramics clay is tempered clay that turns Cochiti colors cream slip decorated with poster Encircling lines figurines Fillet fire clouds Geometric Greenware Hopi pottery JEMEZ POTTERY Jemez River Kaolin Laguna late seven leather line break matte-painted Mesa mica MICACEOuS POTTERY micaceous ware mineral mixed with guaco motifs Mudheads Munbres culture Nambe Nampeyo northern Tiwa pueblo obIects ollas orange paint the bases painted designs Picurfs pot piece polychrome pot-s pots red pots with white potsherds potter Evelyn Pueblo ol Pueblo pottery reach the pot red paint red slip red ware rope of clay San Ildefonso San Juan Sangre de Cristos Santa Ana Santa Clara SANTO DOMINGO Sgraffito shape Sherd Sikyatki smooth sometunes Taos tempered with crushed Tesuque potters TEWA PuEBLO tired Towa Traditional pots tune tune-consummg unages unfired pot water serpents yucca Zuni