#W-5. Navajo weaving, 43-1/2 " x 28", ca. 1900-1910. Natural handspun soft (possibly churro) wool, dark brown, tan, black, grey, natural. Good condition; slight unevenness as shown. SOLD.

SOLD. #W-8. Navajo rug, 33" x 48", ca. 1960-1970. Excellent condition, handspun natural and aniline dyed wool, white, grey, black, tan.


#P-3. Acoma polychrome handled pot with double bird motif and floral design, ca. 1950, with "firecloud" marks. See Acoma & Laguna Pottery, by Rick Dillingham, p. 165, figure 7.12 , for a similar design. One bird's head repaired at neck. 6" high x 3-1/4" diameter opening. $115. SALE: $90. SOLD.

#P-4. Hopi Hano polychrome pot, ca. 1930, 8" high x 4" diameter, some surface wear, as shown. $385. SALE: $285. SOLD.

#P-11a. Santo Domingo polychrome vessel, ca. 1900-1910, 11-1/4" high x 8-1/4" widest diameter x 6" top opening. Some surface wear on one side; two almost invisible repaired small rim chips, several tiny filled pits. A fine early Santo Domingo pot, $600. SOLD.

#P-22. Mata Ortiz black-on-black wedding vase, by Octavio Gonzalez, contemporary, 8" high x 7-12/" wide. Hand-coiled and open pit fired. $150. SOLD.


#P-32. Older Santo Domingo food bowl, signed by Ann M. Tenorio. 6.5" diameter x 4" high. Fine condition, $175. SOLD.


#P-33. Older Santo Domingo polychrome bowl, strong square shape, signed by Mary Edan Tenorio (sister of Robert Tenorio), with stylized birds and flowering yucca motifs. 4.5 in. high x 5-1/8 in. opening. Fine condition. $200. SOLD.




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