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A GROUP OF THREE NATIVE AMERICAN PUEBLO BLACK POTTERY WARES, BY TERESITA NARANJO AND JUANITA GONZALEZ, SANTA CLARA AND SAN ILDEFONSO PUEBLOS, NEW MEXICO, SIGNED, CIRCA 1960,

comprising a carved black pottery bowl with rounded sides centering a deep relief frieze of stylized scrolling geometric details, verso signed "Teresita Naranjo Santa Clara Pue.," height: 3 3/4", diameter: 7 1/2"; the small matt black on burnished black jar with repetitive geometric shaped triangle and hook banding, verso signed "Juanita," height: 2 3/4", diameter: 3";  and the matt black on burnished black wide mouthed bowl of compressed circular form and a collar of continuous dotted triangles enclosed by stepped pyramids, verso signed "Juanita," height: 2", diameter: 4 3/4". 

Condition:

Each is in good shape with expected light surface scratches, a few nicks and scattered marks throughout. The Juanita signature on the small jar is worn but still legible.

Estimate: $400 - $600
Price Realized
$750
02/16/2020

 

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