This pitcher was handcrafted by Taos Pueblo artist Pam Lujan Hauer using traditional methods. Created from micaceous clay, pitchers were originally used as storage or serving vessels and are a traditional Taos form with a history stretching back centuries.
Hauer is one of a small group of artists making traditional pots in Taos Pueblo, making this a rare and valuable treasure and a unique celebration of centuries of Pueblo pottery making. The simplicity of the pottery reflects the tradition micaceous pottery is known for, where the natural shimmer of clay shines through in place of applied decoration.
Pitcher measures 8" long and 7-1/8"wiide, stands 6-1/2" tall
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