Group of three ceramics including one cochiti figure, a stirrup spout vessel, and a vase.
Oscar Mendoza (Salvadoran, 20th/21st c). One Mayan style ceramic stirrup spout vessel in the form of a creature. Painted decoration throughout. Incised signature along the underside.
Blooming Flower and E.K. Suina, Cochiti. One ceramic storyteller doll depicting a figure in white, black, and red. Signed along the underside.
One vessel, possibly Peruvian, depicting a figure holding an object in painted black and red decoration throughout.Height ranges from 9 1/4 in to 10 in; width ranges from 5 in to 10 in; depth ranges from 4 in to 5 1/4 in.
Overall the items have no major cracks or chips. Throughout there are minute losses to paint layers. Along the item shown on the right in the listing image, there is a paint loss on the bottom above the foot rim, approximately an inch in size, that shows signs of restoration under UV light; as seen in the listing image. There are additional minute paint losses along the item above the hand and to the left of the head along the upper left section. Along the front of the upper right rim, there is a minute paint loss that has been restored. There are minute paint losses that show signs of restoration throughout the item. There is a minute white accretion along the right side of the front center of the item. There is wear along the foot rim, as expected with use. The item shown on the top center, of the listing image has minute paint losses and scratches throughout; particularly upon the faces and heads of the figures. There is no restoration visible under UV light for this item. The item shown on the left in the listing image has minute scratches throughout. There is an ink mark beneath the rim of the larger spout, just above the handle. There are adhesive and label remnants on the bottom, approximately 1 1/2 inches; as shown on listing image. There is no restoration shown under UV light for this item.
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