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Early Santo Domingo Polychrome Pottery Olla 1931 Flowers

Early Santo Domingo Polychrome Pottery Olla 1931 Flowers

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: Clay, Paint
  • Favorited by: 9 people
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Description

An impressive and early Santo Domingo pueblo pottery olla.

A flower and black leaves are painted on each side of the pot in classic style. A hand-written tag reads 'San Domingo Pottery, 1931' affixed to the bottom. This piece is from the collection of Dr. Edwin K. Gedney, a doctor and author who worked for Brown University, and I believe was donated to the museum at Brown.

We have several other pieces from this collection, two of which are available in our Etsy shop. All of them have matching designs and look to have been made by the same artist, though they are not signed as is typical of earlier work. The final picture on this listing shows the three matching pieces together.


Measurements: It measures 6-1/2 inches tall by 6 inches in diameter.
Condition: It is in very good condition for the age. There are no chips or cracks, just light surface wear and a small amount of wear to the paint on one side, which is visible in picture #2.
Age: 1920-1930s
Marks: None, tag is written 'San Domingo Pottery 1931' and another tag '140'


We specialize in fine Native American silver, but we also have a large and varied inventory, so please stop by our Etsy shop! You can also follow us on Instagram (@BrantiquesAndMore) to see more inventory, upcoming shows, and special collections.
An impressive and early Santo Domingo pueblo pottery olla.

A flower and black leaves are painted on each side of the pot in classic style. A hand-written tag reads 'San Domingo Pottery, 1931' affixed to the bottom. This piece is from the collection of Dr. Edwin K. Gedney, a doctor and author who worked for Brown University, and I believe was donated to the museum at Brown.

We have several other pieces from this collection, two of which are available in our Etsy shop. All of them have matching designs and look to have been made by the same artist, though they are not signed as is typical of earlier work. The final picture on this listing shows the three matching pieces together.


Measurements: It measures 6-1/2 inches tall by 6 inches in diameter.
Condition: It is in very good condition for the age. There are no chips or cracks, just light surface wear and a small amount of wear to the paint on one side, which is visible in picture #2.
Age: 1920-1930s
Marks: None, tag is written 'San Domingo Pottery 1931' and another tag '140'


We specialize in fine Native American silver, but we also have a large and varied inventory, so please stop by our Etsy shop! You can also follow us on Instagram (@BrantiquesAndMore) to see more inventory, upcoming shows, and special collections.

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