Small, Historic Ohkay Owingeh Bowl

Item: 890

Origin: Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo, also known as San Juan
Date: Circa 1890

Media: Clay

Dimensions: 4.5″  tall, 7″ diameter

Description: This earlier jar has a wonderful feel and patina to it coming out of years of use.  The name on the bottom is not who made it, but who owned it last.  This individual is a descendant of the Martinez family and hacienda outside of Taos, NM. It is believed that this bowl came out of that hacienda.   It has the characteristic fire clouds as well as the un-slipped lower portion that is instead stone polished.

Restoration: Condition is excellent with no restoration.

Price: SOLD

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