Traditionally handmade large pot by Acoma Pueblo potters, Barbara and Joseph Cerno. Thin walled and painted with a very unusual design, this pot measures 10-1/2″ high by 12″ at its widest. Special ordered in early 2002, four stylized eagles are interspersed with designs created by the artists. Barbara and Joseph Cerno Eagle Acoma Pot
Barbara and Joseph Cerno are arguably the best potting team from Acoma Pueblo. Joseph and his wife Barbara are recognized for their coil method thin walled pottery. Using traditional methods to build their pottery and clay from Acoma Pueblo, their pottery is then smoothed, slipped with white clay and then painted with natural clay paints. They slip and polish a pot six to eight times with white clay to achieve the color they desire before then painting putting a lot of time into getting it very white.
Measures 10-1/2" High by 12" at it's Widest
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Natural Pueblo Clay