Calco “End of the Trail” Pottery Bookends A905 SOLD

A905-55

Originally sculpted by the American-born artist James Earle Fraser, The End of the Trail has endured to become one of the most recognizable images in the United States. It has been "translated" and adapted to many mediums and reproduced endlessly, but there is a reason for that: it personifies the tragedy of the American Indian. The kitsch ...

Italian Mediterranean Oil Jar Circa 1920. Hand Glazed A872

A871-00

Just a spectacular oil jar . Circa 1920's. Beautiful dark Navy Hand applied glazed over an off white background. Signed Italia to the inside. Factory firing Crack to top interior. The final finishing touch to any Spanish or Mediterranean interior. 23'' tall Price on request

Santo Domingo Dough Bowl A526

A526-2

Santo Domingo Dough Bowl measures 4" tall x 8" diameter. Bowl has a museum repair: Shown in photos. Santo Domingo Pueblo is reputed to be one of the most unchanged Pueblo cultures since the arrival of Spanish explorers. Indeed, European influence is as little evident in minimalistic stone-slab and Heishi Santo Domingo Pueblo jewelry as in its traditional ...

Santo Domingo Olla A524

A524-1

Santo Domingo Olla. Olla has chip on rim. Olla measures 8" tall x 8" diameter. Santo Domingo Pueblo is reputed to be one of the most unchanged Pueblo cultures since the arrival of Spanish explorers. Indeed, European influence is as little evident in minimalistic stone-slab and Heishi Santo Domingo Pueblo jewelry as in its traditional pottery. Unique Techniques In comparison to ...

Hopi Pottery Cup 3.5″ x 2.5″ Diameter A509

A509-1

Hopi earthenware cup, with a small crack. Surrounded by the Navajo Nation in Arizona, the Hopi reservation is home to two clans, Hopi and Tewa.  Though it is actually a conglomerate of tribes from the Southwest, it has become one tribe of various clans brought together, mainly due to the conquistadores and U.S. government.The pottery today ...

Hopi Pottery Cup 3″ 2.75″ Diameter A508

A508-2

Surrounded by the Navajo Nation in Arizona, the Hopi reservation is home to two clans, Hopi and Tewa.  Though it is actually a conglomerate of tribes from the Southwest, it has become one tribe of various clans brought together, mainly due to the conquistadores and U.S. government.The pottery today is the culmination of various clans ...

Hopi Pottery Cup 4″ x 3″ Diameter SOLD A507

A507-3

Surrounded by the Navajo Nation in Arizona, the Hopi reservation is home to two clans, Hopi and Tewa.  Though it is actually a conglomerate of tribes from the Southwest, it has become one tribe of various clans brought together, mainly due to the conquistadores and U.S. government.The pottery today is the culmination of various clans ...

Hopi Pottery Cup 3″ x 2.5″ Diameter A506

A506-2

Surrounded by the Navajo Nation in Arizona, the Hopi reservation is home to two clans, Hopi and Tewa.  Though it is actually a conglomerate of tribes from the Southwest, it has become one tribe of various clans brought together, mainly due to the conquistadores and U.S. government.The pottery today is the culmination of various clans ...

Hopi Pottery Vase 4.5″ tall x 5″ diameter A505

A505-3

Surrounded by the Navajo Nation in Arizona, the Hopi reservation is home to two clans, Hopi and Tewa.  Though it is actually a conglomerate of tribes from the Southwest, it has become one tribe of various clans brought together, mainly due to the conquistadores and U.S. government.The pottery today is the culmination of various clans ...

Gladding McBean Crane Motif set of tiles CA415

CA415-6

16 Gladding McBean tiles make up this Japanese influenced arts and crafts crane design. One cracked tile mended. Call for pricing. Gladding, McBean, LLC is a ceramics company located in Lincoln, California. It is one of the oldest companies in California, a pioneer in ceramics technology, and a company which has "contributed immeasurably" to the state's industrialization. During the heyday of architectural terra ...

William Manker Pottery Vase 1935-39 CA412 SOLD

CA412-3

Unusual shape. In the deco/moderne style. A clear turquoise and aubergine glaze so characteristic of Manker's work. SOLD William Manker Pottery William Manker, fresh out of design school, began his ceramics career with Batchelder-Wilson Tile Company in 1926. In 1932 he opened his own Pasadena studio and quickly attracted a following. As the business prospered larger facilities were found ...