San Ildefonso

Da, Tony (1940-2008) - San Ildefonso Red Glazed Lidded Jar with Avanyu Design and Five Turquoise Inclusions c. 1970s, 6.25" x 5" x 5"

$18,500.00
Product
P2702

Additional Information

  • Circa: 1970s
  • Size: 6.25'' x 5'' x 5''

Signed "DA" on the bottom. This lidded jar is in excellent condition. There are no cracks or chips. There is a tiny slip-pop on the rim and a tiny slip-pop on the body, which are original to the firing of the pot. There is one very small polishing dimple on the body, which is original to the making of the pot. The turquoise stones are also in excellent condition with no cracks or chips. This jar was exhibited at the "Desert Sea & Ice" show at the Lyme Academy Gallery in Old Lyme, Connecticut from December 1987 to February 1988; it was illustrated in their show catalog as no. 91, p. 27.

Tony Da - San Ildefonso Red Glazed Lidded Jar with Avanyu Design and Five Turquoise Inclusions c. 1970s, 6.25" x 5" x 5" Da, Tony (1940-2008) - San Ildefonso Red Glazed Lidded Jar with Avanyu Design and Five Turquoise Inclusions c. 1970s, 6.25" x 5" x 5" Da, Tony (1940-2008) - San Ildefonso Red Glazed Lidded Jar with Avanyu Design and Five Turquoise Inclusions c. 1970s, 6.25" x 5" x 5" Da, Tony (1940-2008) - San Ildefonso Red Glazed Lidded Jar with Avanyu Design and Five Turquoise Inclusions c. 1970s, 6.25" x 5" x 5" Da, Tony (1940-2008) - San Ildefonso Red Glazed Lidded Jar with Avanyu Design and Five Turquoise Inclusions c. 1970s, 6.25" x 5" x 5" Da, Tony (1940-2008) - San Ildefonso Red Glazed Lidded Jar with Avanyu Design and Five Turquoise Inclusions c. 1970s, 6.25" x 5" x 5"
Tony Da - San Ildefonso Red Glazed Lidded Jar with Avanyu Design and Five Turquoise Inclusions c. 1970s, 6.25" x 5" x 5"
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