• Martinez, Maria + Poveka

    $1,000.00

    W 4 X H 3

    During the 1950’s Maria Martinez used her anglos and her Tewa names to sign her pottery. The name Poveka means “Water Lilly”. These bowls have a high polish and contain no design elements. To achieve this high gunmetal polish and were fired black which give them a clean and simplistic look. These bowls are in very great condition and have no signs of chips or cracks and have not been repaired. 

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  • Martinez, Maria + Poveka Gunmetal Bowl

    $1,000.00

    W 3 1/2 X H 3

    During the 1950’s Maria Martinez used her anglos and her Tewa names to sign her pottery. The name Poveka means “Water Lilly”. These bowls have a high polish and contain no design elements. To achieve this high gunmetal polish and were fired black which give them a clean and simplistic look. These bowls are in very great condition and have no signs of chips or cracks and have not been repaired. 

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  • Martinez, Maria + Poveka Gunmetal Bowl

    $2,200.00

    W 5 X H 3 1/2

    During the 1950’s Maria Martinez used her anglos and her Tewa names to sign her pottery. The name Poveka means “Water Lilly”. These bowls have a high polish and contain no design elements. To achieve this high gunmetal polish and were fired black which give them a clean and simplistic look. These bowls are in very great condition and have no signs of chips or cracks and have not been repaired. 

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  • Martinez, Maria + Santana Gunmetal Jar With Designs

    $4,600.00

    W 6 3/4  X H 6 1/2

    Still today Maria is known for her classic designs. Created around the late 1950’s, this jar features a high gunmetal polish which is mainly achieved during the firing prosses. The designs on this jar are painted by her daughter in law, Santana who is the wife of Adam Martinez, Maria’s son. Santana is credited with the painting prosses. The painted designs feature the feather pattern as well as the rain clouds. 

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