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Micaceous “Kiva Steps” Corn Pot. $450. SOLD.

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This stunning little pot melds a variety of ancient traditional patterns into a striking new whole. By Juanita Suazo DuBray, Wings’s aunt and one of Taos Pueblo’s master potters, it’s another in her trademark “corn pot” series. Here, she’s molded the Pueblo’s traditional micaceous clay into a beautiful little pot featuring the ancient “kiva steps” pattern carved out of the front. Twin ears of corn have been coaxed from the pot’s surface and stand out in stark relief beneath the steps; at their base, a small free-form cabochon of brilliant turquoise is embedded in the clay itself. This beautiful collector’s piece stands about five inches high by about five inches across at its widest point.

Micaceous clay; turquoise
$450 + shipping, handling, and insurance
Requires special handling; extra shipping charges apply
SOLD

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