Acoma pot with parrot designs, by Lolita Concho, ca. 1970s
Acoma pot with parrot paintings on two sides, by Lolita Concho, made around 1970s. Lolita Concho was active 1930s-1976, and was famous for traditional polychrome, Tularosa Revival, black-on-white fineline, jars, bowls, vases, and canteens. Parrots are among her favorite designs.
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.
Measurements: Measures 7" wide at the rim, 11" wide at the widest part of the pot, and 9 3/4" tall.