1978 Charmae Shields Natseway Acoma Pueblo Pottery Pot
We are offering an Acoma Pueblo pottery seed pot dated 1978, decorated with two fine line work animal figures over a cream white slip, created by Charmae Shields Natseway (b. 1958). Charmae learned the art from her mother, Ethel Shields, who also makes storyteller figures. Charmae is known for her black and white seed pots, and also for her more unique formed pots that take the shape of pyramids, or boxes. Very crisp, precise lines define her creative work. She is married to Thomas Natseway, the award winning miniature artist. Signed "Charmae Shields, Ako (Acoma) N.M. '78'" followed by a corn stalk to denote her family origin: the Yellow Corn Clan, on the bottom of the pot, with the original price. It measures 3 1/2" across in diameter and is 3 1/2" tall. In excellent condition. No chips, no cracks, no repairs. Crisp & clean! Please study the photos as they are a part of the description.