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Maria Martinez (San Ildefonso, 1887-1980) Blackware Bowl formed with clean lines and a deep bowl; highly burnished with light gunmetal surface; signed on base Marie, height 4 in. x diameter 8.5 in. ca 1930

Maria Martinez (San Ildefonso, 1887-1980) Blackware Bowl formed with clean lines and a deep bowl; highly burnished with light gunmetal surface; signed on base Marie, height 4 in. x diameter 8.5 in. ca 1930

Maria Martinez (San Ildefonso, 1887-1980) Blackware Bowl elegantly formed bowl with a gunmetal finish; signed Maria Poveka on base, height 2.75 in. x diameter 6 in. mid-20th century

Maria Martinez (San Ildefonso, 1887-1980) Blackware Bowl elegantly formed bowl with a gunmetal finish; signed Maria Poveka on base, height 2.75 in. x diameter 6 in. mid-20th century

SOUTHWESTERN: San Ildefonso Pueblo, Maria Martinez Pottery. Mid 20th century. Maria discovered that smothering the fire surrounding the pottery during the firing process caused the smoke to be trapped. The carbon in the smoke caused the pottery to turn to a black ash color. Martinez passed on her knowledge and skill to many others including her family, women in the pueblo, and students.

SOUTHWESTERN: San Ildefonso Pueblo, Maria Martinez Pottery. Mid 20th century. Maria discovered that smothering the fire surrounding the pottery during the firing process caused the smoke to be trapped. The carbon in the smoke caused the pottery to turn to a black ash color. Martinez passed on her knowledge and skill to many others including her family, women in the pueblo, and students.

Maria Martinez, (1887–1980) San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico  Love this!

The Matriarchs: Pottery by American Indian Women

Maria Martinez, (1887–1980) San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico Love this!

Rare Blackware Pot with Turquoise Stone-Dora of San Idefonso

Rare Blackware Pot with Turquoise Stone-Dora of San Idefonso/ Museum Quality

Rare Blackware Pot with Turquoise Stone-Dora of San Idefonso

native american pottery - Roseline Delisle

native american pottery - Roseline Delisle

Maria Martinez (1881-1980) and Julian Martinez (1879-1943), San Ildefonso Pueblo, 18¾" x 22½", circa 1938, ceramic black-on-black jar

Maria Martinez (1881-1980) and Julian Martinez (1879-1943), San Ildefonso Pueblo, 18¾" x 22½", circa 1938, ceramic black-on-black jar

Maria Martinez (1887-1980) and Popovi Da (1922-1971) San Ildefonso Bowl gunmetal finish and potted with an elegant, simple form, height 3 in. x diameter 4 in. September 1970

Maria Martinez (1887-1980) and Popovi Da (1922-1971) San Ildefonso Bowl gunmetal finish and potted with an elegant, simple form, height 3 in. x diameter 4 in. September 1970

San Ildefonso Polychrome Olla Deaccessioned from a Midwestern Museum, bulbous body with elongated neck and slightly flared rim; bold geometrics decorate jar and rim finished with hatch-marks, height 11.5 in. x diameter 11.5 in. ca 1900

San Ildefonso Polychrome Olla Deaccessioned from a Midwestern Museum, bulbous body with elongated neck and slightly flared rim; bold geometrics decorate jar and rim finished with hatch-marks, height 11.5 in. x diameter 11.5 in. ca 1900

Maria Martinez Pottery - San Ildefonso Pueblo

Maria Martinez Pottery - San Ildefonso Pueblo

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