Zia pictorial jar

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Zia pictorial jar

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attributed to Harviana Toribio
circa 1930
15" diameter by 14 1/2" high
excellent condition

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ex: Rick Dillingham; Lanmon Collection (purchased in 1992); published in Harlow and Lanmon, The Pottery of Zia Pueblo, p. 316, figure 14.131.

This jar is illustrated and discussed in Harlow and Lanmon, The Pottery of Zia Pueblo, as discussed above. It is attributed to Harviana Toribio (born 1904, died 1949).

If you would like to learn more aboaut the attribution and dating of this jar, please read the appropriate section(s) in the book as they are too extensive to include in this brief summary. Harlow and Lanmon establish that the 1930s were a very important period in the development of Zia pottery and they bring major potters to our attention. Harviana Toribia is one potter who they discuss at length.

Lanmon considers this pot to be a very important one in understanding this creative period.