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Ida was instrumental in the revival of Maricopa pottery from 1937-40. She was featured in Arizona Highways in 1948. She taught numerous others to make pottery. Her pottery is made using an paddle-and-anvil technique and they are twice fired. The black designs are derived from a mixture of mesquite sap and cactus spines.

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Redbird, Ida – Bowl with Cloud and Rain Designs (1960’s)

Ida Redbird is one of the best known of the potters involved in the revival of Maricopa pottery from 1937-40. She was featured in Arizona Highways in 1948. Her pottery is made using a paddle-and-anvil technique and they are twice fired. The black designs are derived from a mixture of mesquite sap and cactus spines.  This bowl is a round shape with a polished exterior and matte interior.  The design is a cloud and rain pattern which encircles the rim of the piece.  It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.  It is signed, “Ida Redbird” on the bottom.

$ 375.00
Redbird, Ida – Bowl with Indented Sides (1960’s)

Ida Redbird is one of the best known of the potters involved in the revival of Maricopa pottery from 1937-40. She was featured in Arizona Highways in 1948. Her pottery is made using a paddle-and-anvil technique and they are twice fired.  The black designs are derived from a mixture of mesquite sap and cactus spines.  This bowl has indented sides to create an undulating appearance.  There is a sun and cloud design on each of the four sides.    It is in good condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.  It is signed, “Ida Redbird” on the bottom.

$ 350.00
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