Santa Clara

Camilio Tafoya - Santa Clara Miniature Polychrome Sgraffito Jar with Butterfly and Animal Pictorials c. 1982, 1.5" x 2.25" (P91331B-0615-062)

$950.00
Product
P91331B-0615-062

Additional Information

  • Circa: 1982
  • Size: 1.5'' x 2.25''

This pottery is in near excellent condition, with very minor wear to the paint on the top. The bottom is signed Camilio Tafoya, Santa Clara Pueblo, 82". Acquired from the estate of the owners of Iron Horse Trading in Reno, Nevada. The owners, husband and wife, were both raised in the southwest and have a long history being surrounded by the art. They were long time traders and collectors. The husband was former president of Western Indian Arts Council. They enjoyed being surrounded by everything they collected.

Camilio Tafoya - Santa Clara Miniature Polychrome Sgraffito Jar with Butterfly and Animal Pictorials c. 1982, 1.5" x 2.25" (P91331B-0615-062)
Camilio Tafoya - Santa Clara Miniature Polychrome Sgraffito Jar with Butterfly and Animal Pictorials c. 1982, 1.5" x 2.25" (P91331B-0615-062) 1
Camilio Tafoya - Santa Clara Miniature Polychrome Sgraffito Jar with Butterfly and Animal Pictorials c. 1982, 1.5" x 2.25" (P91331B-0615-062) 2
Camilio Tafoya - Santa Clara Miniature Polychrome Sgraffito Jar with Butterfly and Animal Pictorials c. 1982, 1.5" x 2.25" (P91331B-0615-062) 3
Camilio Tafoya - Santa Clara Miniature Polychrome Sgraffito Jar with Butterfly and Animal Pictorials c. 1982, 1.5" x 2.25" (P91331B-0615-062) 4
Camilio Tafoya - Santa Clara Miniature Polychrome Sgraffito Jar with Butterfly and Animal Pictorials c. 1982, 1.5" x 2.25" (P91331B-0615-062) 5
Camilio Tafoya - Santa Clara Miniature Polychrome Sgraffito Jar with Butterfly and Animal Pictorials c. 1982, 1.5" x 2.25" (P91331B-0615-062)
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