Acoma miniature seed jar by Sandra Victorino

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Acoma miniature seed jar by Sandra Victorino

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circa 2” diameter x 2 1/4” high

excellent condition

ex: Private Collection

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Sandra Victorino is Dorothy Torivio’s niece. an She was taught how to make traditional Acoma pottery by Torivio and by her mother, Edna Chino. Her work is beautifully made with thin walls and gracefully curving shapes. It is exquisitely painted with ascending and descending geometric forms. While the market seems to price Pueblo and Hopi pottery in part by size of the piece, to our minds it seems like it should rather be priced by the quality and difficulty of the form design. Sandra works with op art-inspired geometric forms. This small seed jar is perfection itself in design and form.