Location:Grand Junction, Colorado,
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Item:153411046288Up for auction from my Great Aunts estate is a miniature artisan-made Native American pottery jar. Made in the 1970’s by Carnation Lockwood, a child potter of the famous San Juan (New Mexico) Pueblo (now,the Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo), the little vessel is nicely carved; hand painted, and signed on the bottom by the artist. On two sides, the artist depicts the sun rising over the mountains and on the other two, the mountains jutting upwards towards the heavens. The piece measures just at 1" across the top (@ the opening) and tapers to 1 1/2" at the base.....jeff Return Policy:Adhering to recent eBay policy changes, I will offer a 100% unconditional, 14-day, money back guarantee on all auctions! If you need more time to authenticate your purchase, please contact me before day fourteen (14). My return policy is based on the accuracy of my listing and authenticity of the item sold. I will not accept returns due to “BUYERS REMORSE” and urge all bidders to examine my photos and descriptions carefully and to e-mail me with any questions or concerns for clarification before bidding. Terms of Auction:After more than 40 years in antiques, I truly attempt to accurately describe all items posted for auction to the best of my ability, and provide clear photographs. I identify any damage and postproduction imperfections that fall outside normal wear. However, due to the nature of antiques and vintage items, some signs of wear and usage are to be expected. I am an honest seller - please review my feedback. Payment: Is expected within 5 days of auction’s end – if not, the item could be re-listed and sold. International Shipping:International buyers are more then welcome to bid on my auctions; but customs forms will NOT be falsified - please don't ask. If requested, I will calculate international shipping costs for you prior to the end of the auction. I require a Certificate of Mailing on ALL International Shipments as confirmation and assurance to the buyer that the item shipped. International payment is to be through PayPal only. Other Shipping Information: I strive to pack as carefully and as economically as possible to keep the buyers shipping costs down. I will also combine shipping of multiple items won to further reduce the buyers postal costs. Delivery confirmation is included in the shipping costs.Condition:Used, Condition:The miniature San Juan Pueblo pottery vessel in this auction is in great vintage condition. It is chip and crack free. However, there is a closed bubble that was painted-over by the artist before firing - (see my 4th photo, top right). The little piece was made by Carnation Lockwood and is signed by her on the bottom. Please enlarge and closely review all of the pictures I've included with this auction.…jeff, Provenance:Ownership History Available, Country/Region of Manufacture:United States, Origin:Miniature San Juan Pueblo pottery, Modified Item:No, California Prop 65 Warning:The auction contents does not have any Prop 65 warnings., rare antique Native American pottery:antique Native American pottery, Featured Refinements:rare Indian pottery, rare Native American pottery:rare antique Indian pottery, rare miniature Hopi pottery vessel:rare Hopi pottery, Tribal Affiliation:San Juan Pueblo, Artisan:Carnation Lockwood, rare San Juan pottery jar:rare San Juan Pueblo pottery jar
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SCARCE~Artist-signed San Juan Pueblo Pottery Vessel by (Carnation Lockwood)~NR