Santa Clara/Taos Micaceous Clay Reduction Fired Pottery Vase - Edna Romero (#01)
Native American Pottery
Circumference: 36 3/4"
Opening: 4 1/2"
In the world of Native American art, Edna Romero is related to the best potters in the business. There is so much talent surrounding her that she had no choice but to become a potter. And become a potter she did—a most masterful potter. Edna now lives in Taos but her roots are in the New Mexico pueblo of Santa Clara. The classic beauty of this micaceous pottery vessel is due to its amazing symmetry and fine finish. This vessel is of the quality that makes her royal family proud.
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The Navajo are relatively recent arrivals to the Southwest. They probably migrated from the north in the 16th Century thereby becoming a part of the Pueblo IV period. The Navajo have made pottery since their arrival; possibly they brought pottery with them during their southern migration. They made a plain and decorated pottery. The plain being considered the older style? More about this legend