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San Juan Pueblo Pottery By Myrtle Cata C.1971 W/mica For Sale

San Juan Pueblo Pottery By Myrtle Cata C.1971 W/mica

CollectibleSan Juan Pueblo IndianPottery

San Juan Pueblo Pottery by Myrtle Cata c.1971

Hand-coiled clay pottery

With

9" x 9 1/4"

Polished micaceous jar with ruffled lip and slight secondary shoulder.

The ruffled lip adds to the beauty and grace of this thin-walled jar.

Mica, found naturally in the clay of this area, can impart a delicate glimmer when directly lit .

Myrtle Cata is known for her micaceous pots that are generally simple

and unadorned wit painting or incising yet sophisticated and focus attention on the pottery form itself,

and its polish, rather than on added decorative elements.

She has won many awards at the Santa Fe Indian Market, the Eight Northern Pueblo Shows,

the Gallup Inter-Tribal Ceremonials and the New Mexico State Fair.

Notes from Len Wood's Indian Territory Gallery:

Hello and welcome! Shown here is an excellentexample of aSan Juanpot in great condition.

Please view photographs attached in listing for a visual representation of this item's condition. (#040901-09)

From a private estate collection, thispot is now available through our family owned and operated gallery,in Laguna Beach, CA since 1969(Click on "AboutMe" for more information).


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