Fine Line Design Vintage ACOMA POTTERY Olla - Native American Pueblo Pottery -full front view
Fine Line Design Vintage ACOMA POTTERY Olla - Native American Pueblo Pottery -sitting on book with native american picture
Fine Line Design Vintage ACOMA POTTERY Olla - Native American Pueblo Pottery - full back view of pot
Fine Line Design Vintage ACOMA POTTERY Olla - Native American Pueblo Pottery - main view of pot
Fine Line Design Vintage ACOMA POTTERY Olla - Native American Pueblo Pottery - showing rim view
Fine Line Design Vintage ACOMA POTTERY Olla - Native American Pueblo Pottery - rim close up
Fine Line Design Vintage ACOMA POTTERY Olla - Native American Pueblo Pottery - inside view
Fine Line Design Vintage ACOMA POTTERY Olla - Native American Pueblo Pottery - full bottom view
Fine Line Design Vintage ACOMA POTTERY Olla - Native American Pueblo Pottery bottom signed close up tl
Fine Line Design Vintage ACOMA POTTERY Olla - Native American Pueblo Pottery - with native american art in background
Fine Line Design Vintage ACOMA POTTERY Olla - Native American Pueblo Pottery - full close up front view

Fine Line Design Vintage ACOMA POTTERY Olla - Native American Pueblo Pottery

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This is a finely made olla from the Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico. Signed "TL" on the bottom, the jar measures 4 1/2 inches in height and 2 1/2 inches across the base. The mouth is slightly oval, measuring 3 7/8 inches in one direction and 4 1/4 inches in the other. The circumference around the shoulder is 18 inches. With thin walls, for which the Acoma are justly famous, the rim is a mere 1/8 inch thick and the piece weighs 3/4 of a pound.

The jar was given a coat of white slip and then hand painted with the geometric motifs and fine line designs in black, accented with six angular panels of red. It's in exceptional condition, with a small bit of "shelf wear" on the bottom the only sign of use. There are no cracks, chips or paint chips and it displays beautifully, a desirable piece of Native American pueblo pottery.

>>>While there are numerous pots, ollas and jars made by "T.L." there seems to be no firm information about her (or him) in any of the books we consulted and none online. The "L" may stand for Lewis, Lucero or Lucario, but we'd love to learn more. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any information on this Acoma Pueblo potter. Thanks!

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