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Catalog Number

CAS 2017-0004-0001   CAS 2017-0004-0001; Bowl
Category Pottery
Object Name Bowl
Culture San Ildefonso Pueblo
Global Region North America
Country USA
State/Prov./Dist. New Mexico
County Santa Fe
Other Geographic Data San Ildefonso Pueblo
Maker's Name Maria Martinez (1887 - 1980)
Date of Manufacture ca. 1900
Collection Name N/A
Materials Clay
Description Round blackware bowl with a wide, flat base, rounded sides, and slightly inward-curving rim; Interior and exterior sides are scraped smooth; Exterior, base and rim are highly burnished and coated with a slip; Bowl is black in color and otherwise undecorated Signature“Maria Poveka” inscribed on base; Poveka was the maiden name of Maria Martinez.
Dimensions (cm) Height = 7.1, Max Diam = 13.9

Catalog Number CAS 2017-0004-0002   CAS 2017-0004-0002; Jar
Category Pottery
Object Name Jar
Culture Santa Clara Pueblo
Global Region North America
Country USA
State/Prov./Dist. New Mexico
County Santa Fe
Other Geographic Data San Ildefonso Pueblo
Maker's Name Margaret Garcia
Date of Manufacture
Collection Name N/A
Materials Clay
Description Round blackware bowl with flat base, rounded sides, and inward-curving rim; Interior and exterior sides are scraped smooth; Exterior (except base) and rim are highly burnished and coated with a slip; Bowl is black in color and otherwise undecorated Signature “Margaret Garcia (Starstick) Santa Clara Pue. N. Mex.” inscribed on base.
Dimensions (cm) Height = 7.0, Max Diam = 9.6

Catalog Number

CAS 2017-0004-0003   CAS 2017-0004-0003; Jar
Category Pottery
Object Name Jar
Culture Ohkay Owingeh (San Juan Pueblo) and Santa Clara Pueblo
Global Region North America
Country USA
State/Prov./Dist. New Mexico
County Santa Fe
Other Geographic Data San Ildefonso Pueblo
Maker's Name Tina Garcia (1957 - 2005) aka Tina Garcia Trujillo
Date of Manufacture ca. 1980
Collection Name N/A
Materials Clay
Description Round blackware jar with small diameter flat base, lower sides that flare outward to a mid-level height shoulder and upper sides that curve inward to a short neck and small-diameter mouth; Interior and exterior are scraped smooth; Exterior, base and rim are highly burnished and coated with a slip; Jar is black in color and is otherwise undecorated; Signature “Tina Garcia Santa Clara” inscribed on base. Tina Garcia was the granddaughter of Severa Tafoya, the sister of Greg Garcia, and the niece of Angela Baca, all of whose works are represented in the CAS collections.
Dimensions (cm) Height = 5.2, Max Diam = 8.4
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