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Native American Acoma Pottery By Sharon Stevens, Hugeasymmetricalbuy Now

Native American Acoma Pottery By Sharon Stevens, Hugeasymmetricalbuy Now
Native American Acoma Pottery By Sharon Stevens, Hugeasymmetricalbuy Now
Native American Acoma Pottery By Sharon Stevens, Hugeasymmetricalbuy Now

Native American Acoma Pottery By Sharon Stevens, Hugeasymmetricalbuy Now

Sharon Stevens' pot on sale now. Price has been lowered for 30 days only.

Sharon "Butterfly or Turquoise" Stevens is a member of the Bear Clan. She was born into the Acoma Pueblo in 1960 and was inspired to continue the long lived family tradition of making pottery from her grandmother, the late Lolita Garcia, and her mother, Rosita Stevens. Lolita and Rosita taught Sharon the fundamentals of hand making traditional pottery using the ancient methods of their ancestors.

Sharon began experimenting with clay on her own at the age of 15. Sharon specializes in the hand coiled Acoma ollas.

Her favorite designs to paint are the turtleback (turtles are believed to bring you long life) and lizard designs (lizards are believed to bring good luck). She hand coils many shapes and sizes of pottery. Sharon enjoys working with larger pottery because she can be more creative with her designs.

She signed her pottery, in this case,'Stevens'. Sharon is related to Virginia Garcia (sister) and Manuel Stevens (brother). This asymmetrical pot, indicative of the traditional hand-coiled method, was skillfully created by one of the Southwest's most prolific potters. The condition of this piece is in very good for its age. I inspected this very carefully after a client questioned the condition and it is just really well cared for. It has been in my possession almost 30 years and it has been cleaned with a feather duster and it sits in a locked vitrina, away from dust. No one touches my pottery but me. I always wear cotton gloves, so the wear and tear is very minimal. We have a smoke-free home as well. The measurements of this beautiful pottery is. It is also very light, due to it's delicate, thin walls. The price for this huge, incredible pot is well priced for the work it took to create it. We will send a current appraisal for this. Sharon Stevens remains one of the most popular potters and her collectors are world wide. Thank you for your consideration.

We accept a respectable offer. If you have any questions, please let us know. A REMINDER: FEEDBACK FOR US IS A LIFELINE THAT GIVES OUR FUTURE CLIENTS A CLUE TO OUR COMMITMENT TO A HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY AND SERVICE.

IT'S LIKE GETTING A GOOD GRADE FOR A JOB WELL DONE. The item "NATIVE AMERICAN ACOMA POTTERY BY SHARON STEVENS, HUGEASYMMETRICALBUY NOW" is in sale since Thursday, July 13, 2017. This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American". The seller is "ogiecorazon123" and is located in Austin, Texas. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: BLACK AND WHITE
  • Maker: SHARON STEVENS
  • Material: CLAY
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Native American Acoma Pottery By Sharon Stevens, Hugeasymmetricalbuy Now