Pottery Lois Medina


Signed Zia Pueblo Pottery

This Pottery Lois Medina will make a fabulous focal point for your collection.  Zia Pueblo potter Lois Medina created it.  Lois comes from a family of well known potters.  She created this piece with a white slip and then painted the designs with red, brown and black slips.  She uses traditonal geometric and bird motifs to decorate her pottery.  This piece will be an ideal display piece for your home or collection.  You will see Lois Medina Zia painted below the design.  One of a Kind!

 Native American Pottery

Native American potters in the Southwestern United States make traditional style pottery. Artists from the Zia Pueblo in New Mexico are well known for their distinctive pottery styles.  They adhere to traditional designs which often feature bird motifs.

This Pottery Lois Medina stands about 5 inches tall and  about 5.5 inches wide at the widest point.  The top opening measures just over 3 inches in diameter.  We got it from a collection.  It is in very good condition.  You will see a little wear and the remains of a sticker on the bottom.  One of a Kind!

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