THREE PUEBLO POTTERY VESSELS
The first a San Ildefonso redware bowl, of globular form with rounded sides, decorated with an incised band depicting an Avanayu water serpent figure, inlaid with turquoise, signed on the base "Adelphia, San Ildefonso Pueblo, 1980", the second a San Ildefonso blackware plate, of shallow circular form, negative matte floral motif against a highly polished black slip, signed on the reverse "Blue Corn", the third a Santa Clara blackware bowl, of compressed form, the shoulder incised with a band of elaborate geometric motifs accented with bear paw motifs, the base incised with a sun motif and radiating bear paw motifs, signed "Kevin Naranjo and Marian Rose, Santa Clara, 1992"
Ranging in size from: 4 to 5in. (12.1 to 14cm.) diameter (3)