NATIVE AMERICAN JEMEZ PUEBLO INDIAN POTTERY STORYTELLER ANGIE LORETTO

NATIVE AMERICAN JEMEZ PUEBLO INDIAN POTTERY STORYTELLER ANGIE LORETTO
Item: Hand Coiled & Hand Painted Jemez Storyteller by Angie Loretto.

Pueblo: Jemez

Artist Info: This work of art was created by Angie Loretto. Angie was born on 2/27/1955. She was taught her craft by her mother Lenore Loretto. She specializes in Pueblo Pottery, Storytellers and Corn Maidens. She has been hard at work for 31 years.

Measurements: 3 1/2 inches tall, 2 inches wide. All measurements are approximate.

Condition: New, no scratches, chips or blemishes.

Signed: A Loretto, Jemez, NM

Description: The workmanship on this Storyteller is extremely fine. This seated mother is telling a story to her four eagerly awaiting children . Two children are on her shoulders, two on her lap and she is holding a plate. Just look at all the fine detail from hair coiled back, eyes, singing mouth, dress, moccasins, to the adorable faces on the children. Angie's workmanship is highly detailed and extremely fine. Don't let it pass you by!!!.

Retail Value: $ 12 0.00.

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