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DIANA LUCERO (1958– )

ZIA POLYCHROME SEED JAR circa 1990


Diana Lucero learned from her mother, Vincentia Pino (1917–?), who not only won ten first price awards at Santa Fe's Indian Market, but was invited to the White House in 1974 and has a pot in the Smithsonian Collection. Diana has her own awards from Indian Market, and her work was featured in the prestigious Native Peoples Magazine. See Schaaf, Southern Pueblo Pottery and Harlow & Lanmon, The Pottery of Zia Pueblo. This appears on page 187 of our Second Edition of our Southwestern Pottery, Anasazi to Zuni.


6-1/8" diameter x 3-3/4" high


Condition excellent


S-250   $475



The.worn signature, filled in