This remarkable reproduction of an 1800s Kewa Bowl was hand-crafted in clay by renowned reproduction pottery artist Tonya Lamb. The creation mimics the traditional shape and details of the originals and is intricately adorned with delicate images and designs done in pigment. A substantial statement piece of decor with unique ancient air about it, consigned from a highly collectible artisan.
Tonya Norton Lamb is a contemporary American artisan rooted in rural Western Kansas. Born into a family of artists, much of Tonya’s upbringing revolved around exploration, art education, and archaeological digs, introducing her to museums throughout the West, bronze foundries, and private collections of Pueblo pottery, things that would later influence her remarkable reproductions. After raising her two children and three stepchildren, Tonya once again returned to her love of the craft, particularly working with clay – which she says “keeps a person extremely grounded” – and recreating Southwest style pottery in the studio she’s built on her Registered Angus ranch.
artist: Tonya Lamb
hallmarks: TL conjoined and set within 3 arrows
materials: clay, pigment
dimensions: 7 1/2" tall, 58 1/2" circumference
style number: MISC638
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