This small black on black Native American made pot is in good vintage condition, with some surface scratches & 1 small deeper scratch on the back, shown in the last photo. It is signed on the back: Blue Corn, San Ildefonso Pueblo, 85.
It is 3 1/4 across. Blue Corn was an award winning San Ildefonso potter & along with Maria Martinez was one of the 2 most important San Ildefonso Pueblo potters of all times.
She learned the art of pottery making from her grandmother at a very early age. Maria Martinez's sister gave her the name "Blue Corn" at a Native American naming ceremony. She was famous for reviving the San Ildefonso polychrome pottery style. If you have been looking for Blue Corn pottery to add to your collection, here's your chance!
An important, beautiful, traditionally made piece of San Ildefonso Pueblo pottery from Crucita Gonzales Calabaza. The item "1985 San Ildefonso Pueblo Pottery by Blue Corn, Crucita Gonzales Calabaza" is in sale since Thursday, September 17, 2015.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery". The seller is "ephemerare" and is located in Durango, Colorado. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, to all countries in Europe, to Japan, to Australia.