Acoma olla with polychrome designs, 1930's
Acoma olla with polychrome designs from the 1930's. Great Geometric designs and a very thin wall. The thin walls are perhaps what has made Acoma pottery as famous as it is today. The clay used in making Acoma pottery allows it to turn out lightweight.
It does have a hairline crack, and tilts a little to one side, but as you can see not much else is wrong with it. Great Color an design.
All of the Pueblo pottery is made with the coil and pinch method, made with clay the artists gathered, hand-polished, and traditionally fired. It will be double boxed and fully insured shipping.
Measures: 8" tall, 8 1/2" wide with a 5 1/4" opening.