Grouping of Southwestern Indian pottery items. 1st item – San Ildefonso black on black design hanging flowerpot vase form with shaped lobed shaped rim with three holes for rope, geometric matte designs around rim and midsection. 3 7/8" height, 4 3/4" width. Early 20th century. 2nd item – San ildefonso blackware candle holder with fox figural handle. 6 1/4" height. Early 20th century. 3rd – 6th items – Acoma and Santa Domingo pottery forms including a cow effigy vessel with painted body and horns, painted brown on white geometric design jar, painted floral basket with floral design, and a small painted cup. Heights ranging 4 1/4" to 1 7/8" height. Early 20th century. Provenance: Descendants of estate of Madge Hardin Walters, early 20th century collector and dealer of Native American and author of Early Days and Indian Ways, Westernlore Press, 1956. Condition: 1st item – overall very good condition. 2nd item – broken and glued rim of candleholder and handle. Losses at breaks. 3rd – 6th items – glued handle of Santa Domingo floral basket, losses to horns of cow vessel, wear to painted design of geometric design jar.
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