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SUSIE CRANK (circa 1950– )

NAVAJO RESIN-COATED JAR 2017


Once we acquired our first-ever Alice Cling, Mert Kenyon of Pottery of the Southwest felt we needed a piece by her sister. Unlike Alice's tall floating jars, this piece has the traditional Navajo fillet done with the traditional line break, visible to the left of the right-hand picture and (hard to see) at 9 o'clock in the overhead picture. The shape and the fillet may not match Alice Cling's style, but beyond those variations, it's hard to tell Susie's work from that of her more celebrated sister. This is a fine piece and a fine example of the contemporary Navajo pottery standard as exemplified by Alice and Samuel Manymules. A fine addition to any collection.


6-1/2" diameter x 4" high


New condition  


S-945  SOLD