The Pottery of Zia Pueblo

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School of American Research Press, 2003 - Art - 372 pages
This beautifully illustrated book is the definitive treatment of Zia Pueblo's long and complex ceramic history. Featuring nearly 700 full color photographs, hundreds of design details, and profiles of important Zia potters, it establishes a new standard of excellence in the study of Southwestern Pueblo pottery.

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Contents

Chapter One INTRODUCTION
5
Chapter Two Identifying and Dating Zia Pottery
16
Chapter Tfiree Puname Polychrome 17001760
30
Chapter Five The CappedSpiral Design 18001930
56
Chapter Six Transitions and Influences on Polychrome
89
Chapter Seven Jars with Arc Designs
112
Chapter Eight Jars with Band Designs
126
Split Rectangles 18801910
143
Birds 18201870
180
Chapter Twelve Other Animals 18701930
218
Food Bowls
235
Canteens
246
Chapter Fourteen Individual Potters and their Products
254
Appendix A Potters Working at Zia Today
331
Notes 339
Bibliography 351

Crisscross Hachure 19001920
154
Chapter Ten Jars with Feather Designs and Colored Slips
162
Photo Credits 357
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