FOUR PUEBLO REDWARE POTTERY VESSELS
A Santa Clara redware jar, of globular form tapering toward rim, painted in cream, yellow and red against a highly polished red slip, decorated with elaborate step patterns surmounted by a band of feather motifs, scalloped details at rim linked by two thin bands, signed on the base "Earlene Young Bird - Tafoya, Santa Clara, Pueblo", a Jemez polychrome wedding vase, with small base rounded sides, two cylindrical spouts joined by a handle, painted in red, cream and brown against a beige slip, decorated with stylized wing motif, signed on the base "Deloris Toya, Jemez Pueblo, N.M.", a Santa Clara lidded jar, of cylindrical form with slightly rounded sides, a flat lid with handle, painted in grey, red, orange and cream over a highly polished red slip, both jar and lid decorated with Avanayu water serpent motifs accented with cloud patterns, signed on the base "Flora Naranjo, Santa Clara Pue.", a San Juan jar, of globular form, painted in cream and beige over a highly polished redware slip, decorated with a band of cloud and terraced motifs, signed on the base "Alvin Curran, San Juan Pueblo"
Ranging in size from: 3in. to 7in. (9.6 to 19.7cm.) high (4)