This is a beautiful pot made from the raw clay from the surrounding hills at Jemez. Geraldine Sandia uses the coil method to create her forms. The surfaces are sanded, hand painted and stone polished before the pieces are fired outdoors in the traditional way. She specializes in handmade, hand painted, two-toned polychrome, stone polished traditional Jemez pottery with patterns of feathers and geometric designs among others.
Condition: Excellent – original condition
Provenance: Originally purchased from the artist at Santa Fe Indian Market.