Vintage pottery

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by Huntingtreasure, Mar 12, 2018.

  1. Huntingtreasure

    Huntingtreasure Well-Known Member

    E2D2291D-54ED-4ED4-ADBF-AC214753934F.jpeg 676DA3AB-77FF-4A92-AA29-AFF739C5D5A7.jpeg E4271677-D15E-4AC0-9259-94EB55835BB2.jpeg 1F52464C-ED82-467F-A4A4-150F3912A395.jpeg
    I’ve been reading this as Louis Pacheco.
    I did see something about Luis, no “o” in spelling. Is this just a vintage decorative item? Doesn’t matter, I’m kinda used to it already.
    Thanks for reading!
     
    judy and Any Jewelry like this.
  2. Aquitaine

    Aquitaine Is What It IS!!!

    Nice......kind of has the look of a mini-Chiminea-back side!!!!! Like the coloring and texture.... but that's about all I've got!!!
     
    judy and Huntingtreasure like this.
  3. Huntingtreasure

    Huntingtreasure Well-Known Member

    I’ll get the mini marshmallows!
     
    judy and Aquitaine like this.
  4. Huntingtreasure

    Huntingtreasure Well-Known Member

    I see some known Santo Domingo Pueblo artists with this last name, but no Louis. Maybe a non famous relative. Oh well.... it’s a cheery color.
     
    judy likes this.
  5. Huntingtreasure

    Huntingtreasure Well-Known Member

    I thought I’d recycle this. Any thoughts or opinions would be appreciated.
    Thanks for reading.
     
    Last edited: Mar 18, 2018
    judy likes this.
  6. Taupou

    Taupou Well-Known Member

    The signature indicates it's most likely a 1965 student project, made in second period pottery class.

    Native American pottery can be ruled out since it was made from a commercial stoneware clay, thrown and trimmed on a potter's wheel, glazed, and fired in a kiln.

    Studio pottery can be ruled out, since professional potters don't sign with incised lines like this (looks like it was made with a biology probe), nor do they customarily date their pots.

    I'd say put some spring flowers and a little bit of greenery in it, and enjoy it.
     
    judy likes this.
  7. Huntingtreasure

    Huntingtreasure Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the response.
    Happy to resolve it.
     
    judy likes this.
Draft saved Draft deleted
Similar Threads: Vintage pottery
Forum Title Date
Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain Are Original Boxes For Vintage Rookwood Pottery Rare? Apr 1, 2018
Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain Please help ID of vintage pottery bud vase Jan 7, 2018
Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain Vintage Ceramic Pottery Vase Dec 1, 2017
Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain Another Vintage pottery cat, identification? Oct 13, 2017
Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain Vintage pottery cat identification please Oct 12, 2017

Share This Page