(authentic Crocheted clay ring stand Included. 10.5"H without stand)
SUGGESTED RETAIL $500
Signed by SAUL SILVEIRA
Celebrating 50 Years making History on the Art on Clay!
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THIS PIECE OF ART is on display in our 'brick and mortar' store; and can be picked up personally.
☼ This item will be shipped insured. ☼ International, Alaska and Hawaii will be charged extra shipping on correspondent invoice. ☼ NOT water tight. ☼ NOT intended for food. ☼ ONLY for a wonderfull decoration, display, collect, art investment etc... ☼ We strongly recommends to loose fill a plastic bag with dry and soft sand and leave inside the pot in order to increase its stability.
Please note that those illustrative photos was taken under artificial lighting, so colors can slightly vary from real on your monitor/computer depending on the light/color settings you have.
The item was 100% handmade; not wheel or machines used. Colors, Shapes and sizes perceived like imperfections are the artist hand work and not imperfections. Any surface “imperfection” are natural, and should no way to be considered defective. There is the merit of 100% Hand Made of the artist.
Mata Ortiz Pottery, is the renaissance from the ancient Paquime or Zuma Native American Indians pottery from the Casas Grandes nations. Leaded by Juan Quezada, the actual potters create unique pieces of art on clay totally hand made. Ancient Paquime / Zuma Indians traded a huge diversity of items with nations like Apache, Navajo, Hopi, Mescalero, Mogollon, Mimbres, Cochise, Tigua, Pima, Piro, Gila, Chiricagua, Coyotero, Jicarilla, etc.
Famous Indians traveled by this lands, like Geronimo, Guiyatle, Goyathlay, Ju, Vitorio / Victorio, Mangas Coloradas, etc.
…each piece is fully hand made beginning with a coil of clay that was obtained from surrounding mountains. In the process, the Mata Ortiz artists polish their pieces with stones, seeds and bones; then they paint with hand made brushes using human hair (often they use the fine hair of their children) using pigments collected and ground in the area. Finally they fire the pots directly on the floor, using cottonwood barks or cow pats as fuel; (as well as in electric or gas kiln, in order to preserve nature). The result is a magnificent piece of ART ON CLAY. Not intended to use for food or beverages,
In this pottery town (a population of 2000 with about 400 potters) the master potter is JUAN QUEZADA. He began to rediscover the technique of the ancient Paquime Indians (or Casas Grandes) in the late 1970’s and now, his work is in museums and particular collections around the world.
SHIPPING: Combined shipping for multiple purchases where possible. Shipping, handling and insurance is at the buyers expense; unless otherwise statted on the listing. International Bidders must contact us directly for S/H/Ins extra costs.
NOTE: Return shipping of items to us must be preauthorized and is at buyers expense.
PACKING: Our main goal when you purchase one of our items is it to arrive ♪ ♫ safe and sound to your hands ♪ ♫. We will use carton boxes and reusable packing materials like bubble or foam wrapping, foam peanuts, crumbled paper or any available and permited. In the remote case of a damage, you need and you accept to colaborate with USPS attending their shipping/insurance rules to resolve the issue.
All closed items will be shipped fully insured within 2 business weeks of payment clearance.
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ORIGINAL ITEM !
This is a family tradition.
just 'old ancient style fired!
Includes crocheted clay ring stand for Free!
My pictures do not do justice to this beauties!
Mata Ortiz pottery is Collectable Art 100% Hand made and fired as the ancient Paquime-Casas Grandes Indians. They are fired directly on the floor, using wood or cow pats as fuel, (and in some cases, as well as in an electric or gas kiln, in order to preserve nature).
The results is a magnificent piece of Art on Clay.
You can set inside a plastic bag with loose sand, not tight; (use *soft, *dry and *loose desert/beach sand), to increase pottery stability.