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    Posted 3 years ago

    mtnclimber…
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    Thanks CRoad with the Santana T and SD bowl aging yesterday...
    Acoma tray 6.75" L, 5" W... Laguna?? candle holder 4.25" W, 3" H
    What would be the age of both pieces be?

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    1. CanyonRoad, 3 years ago
      I'd say the candle holder is more likely Isleta, circa 1920, rather than Laguna.

      When you see the orange scalloped pattern on the bottom of a small bowl, it's Isleta. While this is on the inside, rather than the bottom, it still has the look of early Isleta tourist pottery. The orange dots are also a typical design element on Isleta pots from that time period. Both Isleta and Laguna pots often had the twisted handles, but Laguna potters were more likely to outline the red painted areas with a fine black line, which Isleta didn't do.

      I'd think the Acoma piece is not quite as old, probably dating circa 1940s/1950s.
    2. mtnclimber19k, 3 years ago
      Thank you CRoad. I have added three more requests for identification and aging. My best 'stuff' yet, early Cochiti and SD...

      thanks again from RRancho
    3. CanyonRoad, 3 years ago
      Sorry, I'm too sick with the flu right now to help much. I'll get back to you when things improve.
    4. mtnclimber19k, 3 years ago
      Of course, sorry to hear the you are sick. My prayers are with you. I can wait...

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