NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY COCHITI PUEBLO P. E. QUINTANA

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 12, 2008
  • Channel: Auction House

NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY COCHITI PUEBLO P. E. QUINTANA

Item: Hand Coiled & Hand Painted Pueblo Pottery Figurine

Pueblo: Cochiti

Artist Info: This work of art was created by PE Quintana. Pamela E. Quintana is the daughter of the famous Storyteller creators Pablo and Margaret Quintana. She was born on 6/17/1974 and was taught the craft by her parents. She specializes in Storytellers and has been hard at work for 18 years. She signs her works Pamela E Quintana or PE Quintana Cochiti.

Measurements: 2 1/8 inches tall(with ladder its 3 7/8 inches tall), 2 1/4 inches wide. All measurements are approximate.

Condition: New, no scratches, chips or blemishes.

Signed: P.E. Quintana, Cochiti

Description: What an adorable and unique piece of pottery this is. It is Pamelas depiction of (the old woman in the shoe) with three children. The little girl is at the top of the mocassin trying to get to the ladder. One little boy is seated on the front of the mocassin and the other boy is starting to climb up the mocassin. Don't let this unusual piece pass you by!!!.

Retail Value: $56.00.

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