Vintage Native American Handmade San Juan Pottery
• Authentic Native American
• San Juan Tribe
• Signed by Rosita De Herrera
• Length: 4 1/8 inches
Rosita De Herrera learned from her mother, Tomasita Montoya, who was one of the original eight potters. She is a sister of Dominguita Naranjo who is also a potter who was mentored by her mother, Tomasita.
By 1890, pottery production at San Juan Pueblo (now Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo) had come to a complete halt. In 1930, Regina Cata organized a pottery study group with the intent of reviving pottery production. Eight potters studied ancient potsherds of wares made at San Juan in earlier times and selected Potsuwii'i Incised Ware (1450-1500) as a basis for contemporary pottery type. Decorative zones of geometric fine lines with selected areas of polished red slip were the final result.
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