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These are four vintage Acoma pottery jars/bowls. They all came from an estate where they had many of these little pieces of art sitting displayed for many years. One is etched brown and black-signed SHDIYA'AITS'A Acoma NM-approx. 3" tall; another has hand painted fine lines in squares and notched triangles or beak style impressions-signed Acoma NM-approx. 4" tall; another is marked on the bottom S. Victorino Acoma N.M., probably for Sandra Victorino. Wonderful optic art design-larger pattern in the center which gets smaller as you get to the ends. Colors are black and reddish clay colored on white-approx. 3" tall; and the last is marked M. Chino with a symbol on the bottom. I believe the little figure is a traveling Kokopelli-approx. 2 1/2" across by 2" tall.