Santa Clara Pueblo Pottery by Grace Medicine Flower & Camilio Tafoya

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A wonderful Native American Santa Clara Pueblo pottery bowl made by Grace Medicine Flower (1938-) and her father Camilio "Sunflower" Tafoya (1902-1995) .  Grace Medicine Flower is no longer making pottery. It is said that she made no more than 15 pots per year, making her pottery rare and valuable. This bowl was made between 1968 and 1972 as it is signed by both Father and Daughter. Grace has won many first place awards and Best of Show at the Santa Fe Indian Market and the Gallup Ceremonial. Her work is held by many museums and she was invited to the White House for a special honor where she met Jackie Kennedy-Onassis. The bowl measures 3 ¼” tall by 4 ½” in diameter.

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