A Kachina dances on this small pottery plate by Santa Clara Pueblo
mother and son, Lela and Luther Gutierrez, circa 1960s.
Traditionally hand made with native clay, painted with red, buff, green and gray slips, pit fired.
3/4" deep by 5" diameter, signed.
The dark color is from its proximity to a kitchen fire.
From a school teacher's collection of "smalls".