Marie Z. Chino made pottery for about fifty years. Mary was a prize winner at the firs Southwestern Indian Fair 1922, which later became Indian Market. Marie began signing her pieces around 1950. She taught her daughters: Rose, Carrie, and Grace.

Vessel Forms: Seed Jars, Canteens, Jars, Ollas, Dishes, Vases


Rose Chino Garcia - Daughter

Carrie Chino Charlie - Daughter

Grace Chino - Daughter

Joanne Chino - Grand-daughter

Tena Chino- Grand-daughter


Allard Auctions, Inc. August 2005

(Lot # 702)

Seven Families in Pueblo Pottery, 1974

Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, University of New Mexico Press

Southwestern Pottery Anasazi to Zuni

By Allan Hayes and John Blom. ©1996 Page 46, 48, 50, 51  











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