Three Tesuque Vessels – Sandoval, Carol, Dorothy Herrera, Bea Duran Tioux

Carol Sandoval Plate: 2.5" diameter Dorothy Herrera Square Bowl: 1"w x 1"h Bea Duran Tioux: 8"w x 5.75"h

$ 200.00

Carol Sandoval and Dorothy Herrera were both potters from Tesuque Pueblo.  Both pieces are black-on-black.  The bowl is by Dorothy Herrera and has a cloud and wave design.  It is signed, “D. Herrera, Tesuque” on the bottom.  The plate has a sun and feather pattern.  It is signed, “Carol, Tesuque”.  The larger jar is by Bea Duran Tioux.  She is a daughter of Ignacia Duran and began making pottery in 1989.  This jar is made from micaceous clay and it has a plain with a polished surface.  It was traditionally fired to create slight color variations on the surface.  It is signed, “B. Duran Tioux.  All three are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration, or repair.