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Micaceous Bowl with Single Handle and Scalloped Rim

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About The Micaceous Bowl with Single Handle and Scalloped Rim

"Luis Vall . .  La Madera, N.M." - Potter's last name is not legible.  Likely Luis was a student of Felipe Ortega, a Jicarilla Apache and Hispanic gentleman, credited as a master micaceous ware potter in the book All That Glitters The Emergence of Native American Micaceous Art Pottery in Northern New Mexico.

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"Luis Vall . .  La Madera, N.M." - Potter's last name is not legible.  Likely Luis was a student of Felipe Ortega, a Jicarilla Apache and Hispanic gentleman, credited as a master micaceous ware potter in the book All That Glitters The Emergence of Native American Micaceous Art Pottery in Northern New Mexico.

About the Artist A signature that I can't read. Should artists be required to print their names on the back of their work?
Culture American Indian
Medium Hand-coiled micaceous clay
Size 3 1/8" height (without the handle), 4" height (with the handle) X 6 1/8" maximum diameter
Signed Inscribed underneath "Luis Vall . . La Madera, N.M."
Date of creation Circa 1990
Condition Mint !
Provenance Ge Nel
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