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Pottery

Historic Pueblo Indian pottery, 1700-1960, pottery by Nampeyo and the Nampeyo family, Paqua Naha, Mary Histia, Tsayutitsa, Margaret Tafoya and family, Maria Martinez and family, other selected modern and contemporary Pueblo Indian pottery, 1960 to present, other historic, modern and contemporary Southwestern pottery, 20th Century American and European art pottery


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An early Nampeyo Hopi Polacca polychrome pottery bowl

with an Abstract Modernist design, c. 1895-1900


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A historic Hopi polychrome pottery pitcher

by Nampeyo and Fannie Nampeyo, c.1925-1930


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A beautiful Hopi black-on-cream pottery pitcher by Nampeyo of Hano, c.1900

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A Santo Domingo polychrome pottery jar with parrot pictorials, c. 1925-30

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A historic Zia Pueblo pottery “olla” or water jar by Trinidad Gachupin Medina, c.1930-35


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A striking Hopi black-on-yellow pottery

bowl by Nampeyo of Hano, c.1900


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A remarkable early San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico red-on-tan

pottery jar, circa 1850-1860, ex: Fred Harvey Company


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A beautiful Hopi “Sikyatki-Revival” style polychrome jar by Nampeyo, c.1900-1905


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A Hopi red polychrome pottery cylinder attributed to Paqua Naha (Frogwoman) or Garnet Pavatea, c. late 1930’s


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An unusual historic Hopi black-on-yellow pottery bowl with “M” and “N” capital letter pictorials, c. 1910-1920


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A marvelous historic Tesuque Pueblo

polychrome pottery small dough bowl, c.1915


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An Acoma Pueblo four-color polychrome pottery

jar attributed to Mary Histia, c.1910-1925


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A fine historic Zuni Pueblo polychrome pottery

bowl, possibly by Nellie Bica, circa 1920’s


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A rare, historic Hopi variant-type pottery bowl from Mishongnovi village, Second Mesa c. 1890

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A remarkable Polacca Polychrome pottery

bowl by Nampeyo of Hopi, c.1890’s


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A rare and historic Hopi Red Polychrome

style globular jar by Nampeyo, c. 1905


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A 19th Century Hopi undecorated

plainware pottery canteen c.1800-1880


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A unique historic San Ildefonso or Tesuque Pueblo black-on-red pottery bowl, c.1890-1915


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A superb historic Hopi black-on-red pottery canteen by Nampeyo, c. 1900


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A Hopi red polychrome pottery cylinder attributed to Paqua Naha or Garnet Pavatea, c. late 1930’s


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A striking historic Hopi black-on-cream

pottery cylinder, c.1910-1920


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A beautiful Hopi polychrome pottery bowl with a “Clown” or “Kilroy” face pictorial design by Nampeyo of Hano, c. 1910

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A Hopi polychrome pottery vase with corrugated rim by Nampeyo, circa 1915-1920


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A beautiful historic Hopi black-on-yellow pottery cylinder vase, c.1930’s

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A Hopi “Sikyatki-Revival” style pottery jar with elaborate "Thunderer" designs by Nampeyo, c.1895

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A very beautiful, contemporary Nambe Pueblo Micaceous pottery bowl by Lonnie Vigil

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A Hopi black-on-yellow pottery table lamp attributed to Paqua Naha, “Original Frogwoman”, c.1920’s

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A historic Hopi polychrome pottery bowl attributed to Fannie Polacca Nampeyo and possibly also to Nampeyo, c. 1920’s


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A rare historic Santo Domingo Pueblo square-shaped

“four directions” polychrome pottery bowl, c. 1940’s


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A lovely, historic Hopi pottery chalice or cup

by Annie Healing Nampeyo, c. 1910-1920


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A small Hopi Polacca polychrome pottery pitcher likely made by Annie Nampeyo, c.1895


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A historic Hopi polychrome pottery “Migration” pattern jar by Fannie Polacca Nampeyo, c. 1950


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A historic Hopi Polychrome “Sikyatki-Revival” pottery bowl attributed to Nampeyo and possibly her daughter, Annie, c.1910-15


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A rare historic Hopi polychrome pottery pitcher made by Nampeyo and signed for her by Fannie Nampeyo, c.1920


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Two rare vintage Hopi Polychrome pottery

tiles by Garnet Pavatea, c. 1950’s-60’s


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A beautiful “Sikyatki-Revival” style Hopi polychrome pottery bird effigy pitcher by Nampeyo, c. 1900-1910

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A small historic black-on-grey upright pottery jar from San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico, c. 1900

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A beautiful historic Hopi low-profile polychrome pottery jar by Nampeyo of Hano, c. 1905-1910

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A lovely large historic San Ildefonso Pueblo polychrome pottery pitcher, c.1910-15

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A small historic Santa Clara Pueblo pottery jar by Sarafina Tafoya c. 1905-1915


ex: Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection


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An exceptional historic Hopi “Sikyatki-Revival” style low-profile polychrome pottery jar with stylized bird and feather pictorial designs by Nampeyo of Hano, c. 1905-1910


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A unique historic Hopi polychrome pottery jar in

the style of an ancient Grecian Urn by Nampeyo and/or

one of her daughters, c. 1915-1920


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A rare historic hand-colored lithograph entitled

“Nampeyo Tewa Indian designs”, plate 33 from The “American Indian Designs” portfolio by Inez B. Westlake, c.1925


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A wonderful small “Flying Saucer” style Sikyatki-Revival

type Hopi polychrome pottery jar by Nampeyo, c. 1900


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A historic abstract Modernist-style Hopi polychrome pottery bowl by Nampeyo and/or Annie Nampeyo, c. 1905

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A contemporary Southwestern ceramic bowl

made in the style of Ancient Hopi “Sikyatki Polychrome” pottery by Michael P. Hawley, 1989


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An exceptional Hopi Polychrome pottery cylinder-style jar with unique bird pictorials by Nampeyo of Hano, C. 1900-1905

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A beautiful Hopi red polychrome pottery low-profile jar by Annie Nampeyo and possibly Nampeyo, c. 1896-1900

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A rare and unusual historic Hopi double-slipped pottery bowl attributed to Nampeyo and family, c. 1915-20

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A unique historic Hopi black-on-yellow “seed” style

low-profile pottery jar by Nampeyo, c. 1900-1910


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A beautiful historic Hopi black-on-yellow “seed” style low-profile pottery jar by Nampeyo, c. 1895-1900


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A historic Hopi polychrome pottery bowl attributed

to Fannie Nampeyo and Nampeyo of Hano, c. 1920’s


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A unique and exceptional historic Hopi “Sikyatki-Revival” style black-on-cream pottery bowl by Nampeyo, c. 1898-1903


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An exceptional and rare signed Hopi “Sikyatki-Revival” style black-on-cream pottery jar by Nampeyo and Fannie Nampeyo, c. 1920-25


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A dramatic Hopi polychrome pottery oval-shaped low dish or bowl painted with stylized “Sikyatki-Revival” style bird designs by Paqua Naha, “Original Frogwoman”, c.1930’s


Ex: J.L. Hubbell Trading Post, Winslow, AZ


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A magnificent large contemporary Hopi Sikyatki-style four-color polychrome pottery low-profile “Flying Saucer” jar by Michael Peter Hawley, Scottsdale, AZ, c. 1988-89


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An exceptional historic Zia Pueblo, New Mexico four-color polychrome pottery “olla” or water jar with bird pictorials and beautiful Ethnographic wear, c. 1910-1920


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An exceptionally fine historic Hopi “Sikyatki-Revival” style low-profile polychrome pottery jar by Nampeyo of Hano, c. 1905


ex: Fred Harvey Company Collection


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A beautiful historic Hopi Polychrome pottery

small dish by Zella Cheeda, c. 1950’s


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A historic Hopi pictorial pottery bowl/jar with an image of Polikmana (Butterfly Girl) kachina by Nampeyo, c. 1915-20


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A splendid historic Cochiti Pueblo polychrome

pottery canteen, c.1900-1915


ex: Fred Harvey Company


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An exceptional Hopi black-on-cream Sikyatki-Revival Style low-profile pottery bowl/jar by Zella Cheeda, c. 1930’s-40’s

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A remarkable historic Hopi polychrome pottery bowl by Nampeyo of Hano with the possible assistance of Annie Nampeyo, c.1905-1915


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An extraordinarily beautiful and very finely-made contemporary Hopi pottery “seed” jar by Jacob Myron Koopee, Jr., c. 2000’s

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A superbly beautiful and very large Hopi plainware pottery “Piki” bowl by Myrtle Young, c. 1950’s-60’s

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