Lot 224    

Tesuque Wedding Jar by Lorencita Pino,
2005, American Indian Arts / Sep 7 - 8
black and red-on-micaceous white, with a stone-polished base, spherical body, and sturdy spouts. Geometric devices appear to dance around body and spouts, three bands separate body from base, "L---ncit- Pino/ Tesuque/ Pueblo," height 10.25" x width 6".

Small chip in rim of spout.
Sold: $510.00
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