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    Posted 7 years ago

    andyman
    (128 items)

    I picked these yesterday at a sale.
    I think they are all southwest native bowls. One bowl is signed the 2 others are not .
    They appear to be 3 different types of clay, 3 different designs.
    The 2 smaller bowls look like they are quite a bit older than the signed piece.

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    Taos Pueblo Micaceous Clay Pottery Wedding Vase by Edna Romero 9" Signed
    Taos Pueblo Micaceous Clay Pottery ...
    $79
    1880s LARGE NATIVE AMERICAN PLAINS / SIOUX INDIAN CARVED CATLINITE PIPE BOWL
    1880s LARGE NATIVE AMERICAN PLAINS ...
    $123
    RARE ORIG PREHISTORIC LATE PALEO EARLY ARCHAIC NATIVE AMERICAN PAINT POT
    RARE ORIG PREHISTORIC LATE PALEO EA...
    $67
    Black on White Snowflake or Reserve Bowl  AD 1150-1325
    Black on White Snowflake or Reserve...
    $188
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    Taos Pueblo Micaceous Clay Pottery Wedding Vase by Edna Romero 9" Signed
    Taos Pueblo Micaceous Clay Pottery ...
    $79
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    1. sarahoff sarahoff, 7 years ago
      I think the third one is Hopi Hano:)
    2. CynF, 7 years ago
      I would have picked those bowls too.
    3. antiquerose antiquerose, 7 years ago
      First one looks like a **Polychrome Acoma Bowl, IMHO. I see it say that on the bottom too.

      This MIGHT be by the same area here ( ?? )
      http://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-OLD-ACOMA-OWL-EFFIGY-POT-FLEDGLING-OWL-SIGNED-ACOMA-N-M-4-/201049146429

      The N.M. on the bottom might not be the maker signature -- but rather may just stand for NEW MEXICO.

      Just a thought......
    4. andyman andyman, 7 years ago
      it was My first opportunity to buy southwest pottery

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