Santa Clara Pueblo Pottery Vase Description and Item Information Up for sale is this beautifully made blackware pot by Marlin Hemlock and Virginia Tafoya of the Santa Clara Pueblo. Please excuse any glare in the photos. This piece has deeply carved decoration, with contrasting burnished black and matte black areas. The design is a serpent, snake, or avanyu. Serving as the eye of the snake is a small red sphere; the composition of this accent piece is unknown, but it might be red coral.This pot is approximately 4 inches tall, with a diameter of about 5 3/8 inches. Unpacked, it weighs 2 pounds 0.2 ounce.
It would be a fine addition to a collection of Native American Indian pottery. Identification This pot was made by Marlin Hemlock and Virginia Tafoya of the Santa Clara Pueblo. It is marked beneath, as shown.The age of this piece is not known. Condition This piece looks very good overall, with no chips or cracks. Some scattered, minor scuffs do not detract overall. Payments must be received within three days of the end of the listing, unless prior arrangements have been made. Some countries have restrictions or prohibitions on certain classes of merchandise.
And international government regulations prohibit such behavior. Individual computers may display colors differently. The item "SANTA CLARA PUEBLO NATIVE AMERICAN BLACKWARE POTTERY VASE MARLIN HEMLOCK TAFOYA" is in sale since Saturday, October 6, 2018.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery". The seller is "craigkc" and is located in Sunny California. This item can be shipped worldwide.