Wedding pot

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Title

Wedding pot

Description

The pot has a round body with two long spouts that come up in a V shape before connecting in a handle shape at the top. The pot is made from black clay with an abstract design carved into the body
Teresita Naranjo lived from 1919 to 1999. She was the daughter of Christina Naranjo. Teresita holds a place of significance in Santa Clara pottery as she was the first to carve relief designs in her pottery. Her carved designs are always deep and with crisp edges.
'Teresita Naranjo Santa Clara Pueblo' carved in bottom

Publisher

St. Catherine University

Rights

This digital image may not be reproduced for any reason without the express written consent of St. Catherine University. Artwork available for faculty/staff use. Please contact the Catherine G. Murphy Art Gallery Director, Nicole Watson, at (651) 690-6637
Private donation

Format

Pottery
8" (height) x 4.5" (diameter) x 6" (width)

Type

Pottery

Identifier

2019.9.12

Coverage

Santa Clara Pueblo

Collection

Citation

Naranjo, Teresita (1919-1999), “Wedding pot,” Digital Collections From St Kate's, accessed May 29, 2024, https://omeka.reclaim.stkate.edu/items/show/4095.

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