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Cochiti Pueblo

Cochiti Pueblo

Traditional Cochiti pottery is known for its mineral, black or vegetal pigments painted with designs of rain, clouds, animals, and flowers on cream pots with an orange base. The Cochiti Pueblo is located 25 miles southwest of Santa Fe where in 1964, Cochiti potter Helen Cordero modeled the first storytellers after her grandfather, Santiago Quintana, who told stories to his grandchildren. Since then, the figural storyteller has been made by many and the theme has expanded to include storyteller animals and a variety of styles. Cochiti continues to be a home for fine figural pottery.


5 Item(s)

  • Cochiti Basket Bowl, CPOTZK13-13

    Regular Price:

    $750.00
    Cochiti Basket Bowl, ca. 1960's. 9" H by 11" L.
  • Cochiti Bowl, CPOTWEC12-8

    Regular Price:

    $1,800.00
    This uniquely shaped 7” x 9” Cochiti bowl is unsigned and has traditional designs painted both inside and out. It is a fine and different example of small Cochiti work that is sure to stand out in any collection.
  • Cochiti Pot, CPOTPBM13-53

    Regular Price:

    $150.00
    Cochiti pottery, drum with children.
  • Martha Arquero Clay Sculpture, CPOTWEC12-3

    Regular Price:

    $600.00
    Martha Arquero was born in 1944. This Cochiti Pueblo artist has won many awards as a potter. She has been making pottery sculptures since the late 1960's. This piece, with the man sitting and smoking a pipe, measures 5 inches tall
  • Storyteller Drummer by Helen Cordero, CPOTJAF14-27

    Regular Price:

    $5,000.00
    Drummer Figurine by Helen Cordero, CPOTJAF14-27. Helen Cordero of the Cochiti Pueblo on New Mexico (1915-1994) made the first Storyteller figurines in 1964. This one measures 5.5 inches tall and 3.25 inches wide and is signed by the artist.

5 Item(s)