Specializing in authentic Native American Indian pottery, Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery has an expansive display of pieces dating from the 1880s to the present. The collection was started in 1993 to showcase works from the Southwest and the village of Mata Ortiz in Chihuahua, Mexico. Today, it includes a large selection of pieces by Maria Martinez of San Ildefonso Pueblo, acknowledged as the world's most famous Indian potter.
New arrivals are scheduled weekly and announcements are sent out to subscribers via e-mail and regular post. Representative of recent listings are a selection of old Cochiti animals and works by Maria Popovi, Melvin Moquino, Robert Patricio, Andrew Padilla, and Candelaria Suazo, to name just a few.
The gallery hours in summer are 10am to 6pm on Monday through Saturday and noon to 6pm on Sundays. The shop closes at 5pm in winter. For shipments via UPS, all packing is conducted in-house, double boxed and insured. Appraisals of American Indian pottery are also offered at $100 per item.
Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery is located near the corner of Galisteo Street in Santa Fe's historic plaza area at 100 West San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501-2112. Curbside metered parking is available just up the street.