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Sadie Adams was famous for the variety of her pottery shapes along with her intricately painted designs. Each piece was coil built, painted with bee-weed and native clay slips and traditionally fired. She was a cousin of potters Lena Charlie, Irene Shupla, Patty Maho and a niece of Paqua Naha (Frogwoman). She also taught her daughter Lorna Lomakema to make pottery. Her Tewa name meant "Flower Woman/Girl" and so each piece is signed with her hallmark on the back, a flower.

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Adams, Sadie – Jar with Cloud and Rain Designs

This is a small jar by Sadie Adams. It is fully polished on the inside and outside. The design is a classic Sikyatki inspired rain and cloud pattern.  It is painted with bee-weed  (black) and two sections of polished red.  The jar is signed on the bottom with her hallmark flower.  It is in good condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.  There is some fugitive black areas.

$ 200.00
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