Pottery Antique Acoma with Red Lip
Pottery Antique Acoma with Red LipThis petite Acoma Pot has a flared lip. The potter painted the lip red. He or she decorated the rest of the pot with the classic Black & White slip you see on Acoma pottery. There is no signature on the bottom. We think this pot comes from the 1940s.
Traditional Acoma pottery comes from the Pueblo in New Mexico. The pottery usually features very thin walls, a desireable characteristic. Most artists create their pottery using hand coiled techniques. They often use Black, White and Red slip colors.
A previous owner had this Pot in a collection. You will see some scratches and discoloration on it. Structurally, this piece has a crack that goes from the lip about halfway down the pot.
This Pot stands just about 2.5″ tall. It measures 2.5" at its widest point. The top opening measures 1.5" in diameter.
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