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Cochiti Pueblo Small Tea Pot - 25904 #adobegallery #SouthwestIndianPottery #CochitiPueblo #Historic #Figurines

In today's post, Paul Donnelly takes us throughhis handle-making process. It's a great alternative to pulled handlesbecause it cuts down on the mess and the drying time, and still makeslovely, elegant handles. - Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

June Ridgeway The work is coil built, burnished and saggar fired. Inspiration is from a number of sources: erosion or weathering, just as the patina of age takes its course over any surface subjected to the elements, so the smoke and the added ingredients placed in the saggar, such as salt, wire, oxides, make their unique marks directly on the satin, burnished surface of the piece.

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#adobegallery - Picuris Pueblo Micaceous Bowl. Potter Unknown Category: Historic Origin: Picuris Pueblo Medium: Native Materials Size: 5-3/4” deep x 9-3/4” diameter Item # 24325