Storytellers, Figurines and Nativity Scenes

October 1, 2010By Lyn FoxUncategorized No Comments

CLICK HERE FOR OUR FULL INVENTORY OF STORYTELLERS & FIGURINES This is a wonderful time to consider Native American storyteller figurines as an area of collecting interest for lovers of historic pueblo pottery.   In this case, history, in a sense begins in 1964 when Helen Cordero created the first Native American storyteller figurine.  Of course, … Read More

Cups, Pitchers, Old Tourist Forms

October 1, 2010By Lyn FoxUncategorized

CLICK HERE FOR OUR FULL INVENTORY OF CUPS, PITCHERS & OLD TOURIST FORMS We continue to explore overlooked, but rich areas of collecting historic pueblo pottery. Old pitchers and cups qualify. It is a neglected and under appreciated area. “Sophisticated” collectors lump these forms under the tourist category; ok for tourists (themselves under-appreciated for the … Read More

Small Pueblo Indian Pottery Bowls and Jars

October 1, 2010By Lyn FoxUncategorized

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR FULL INVENTORY OF SMALL PUEBLO INDIAN BOWLS & JARS In my own collecting, I have divided historic pueblo pottery forms that are smaller than dough bowls, storage jars and ollas into 2 types.  One I have called “small Indian pottery bowls and jars” and the other “Native American pottery cups, … Read More

Ollas, Mid-Sized Jars and Bowls

October 1, 2010By Lyn FoxUncategorized No Comments

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR FULL INVENTORY OF OLLAS, MID-SIZED JARS & BOWLS Ollas, or water jars probably require the least explanation for experienced collectors of historic pueblo pottery. They are arguably the most commonly collected of the pueblo pottery forms. Batkin in, “Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico,” defines an olla as “…a … Read More

Dough Bowls and Storage Jars

October 1, 2010By Lyn FoxUncategorized No Comments

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR FULL INVENTORY OF DOUGH BOWLS & STORAGE JARS Many serious collectors of historic pueblo pottery do not think a collection is fully complete without an example of one of the majestic large forms commonly referred to as dough bowls and storage jars. In his classic book, Pottery of the Pueblos … Read More

Buy Pottery

October 1, 2010By Lyn Fox No Comments

Policies: Pottery Shipping: There’s a minimum $10 shipping charge when you buy pottery from here. Larger pieces will cost more due to the need for special packing, double boxing, etc. I recommend the buyer pay the extra for 3-day select or faster delivery to minimize handling of precious pottery by FedEx or UPS. Returns: Website … Read More

Form vs Pueblo

October 1, 2010By Lyn Fox No Comments

I have long been drawn to form in historic pueblo pottery. In my own collection/inventory, I love to show and to offer exceptional examples of different forms. For that reason, I have chosen to organize the pueblo pottery on this site by form rather than the more usual breakdown by pueblo. So the drop down … Read More

Kewa (Santo Domingo Pueblo) Olla by Arthur & Hilda Coriz

September 8, 2010By Lyn Fox No Comments

This is a large and exceptional polychrome olla, 13” tall by 12” in diameter, by the late Arthur and Hilda Coriz of Kewa Pueblo (formerly Santo Domingo Pueblo). Arthur and Hilda were a husband and wife pottery team, very active in the 1970’s through the ‘90’s. They were prolific and creative, making many forms and … Read More

Contact Us

September 8, 2010By Lyn Fox No Comments

Please call or e-mail me with any questions or comments.  Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery is a small art gallery of select material and the better I know you, the better I can meet your needs. Contact Email: lyn@foxpueblopottery.com Contact Phone:c (505) 577-0835 | g (505) 988-1002 Address:200 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501 … Read More

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September 8, 2010By Lyn Fox No Comments

Welcome to Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery Welcome to Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery located at 200 Canyon Road, in the heart of Santa Fe’s Illustrious Pottery Row. Call us at (505) 577-0835. We specialize in obtaining fine examples of historic and contemporary pottery from the pueblos of northern New Mexico: collector-selected pueblo … Read More