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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 exceptionally rare and large Hopi San Bernardo/Payupki-style

Gobernador Canyon plainware pottery bowl, c.1680-1710


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A historic Hopi pottery bowl with an

image of “Honani”, the badger, c. 1910


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An early Nampeyo Hopi Polacca polychrome pottery bowl

with an Abstract Modernist design, c. 1895-1900


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An outstanding historic Hopi pottery jar with a corrugated neck by Nampeyo of Hano, c.1905-1910

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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 Pueblo, NM 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 polychrome pottery bird effigy

ashtray by Nellie Nampeyo, c.1930’s


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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 beautiful ceramic chalice by Rick Dillingham, Santa Fe, NM 1973

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A lovely, tall pottery chalice by

Rick Dillingham, Santa Fe, NM, c.1979-80


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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 stunning, large ceramic “Shard” style

bowl by Rick Dillingham, Santa Fe, NM,1982


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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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An early Annie Nampeyo Hopi black-on-yellow pottery bowl/jar, c.1905-1907

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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 painted geometric designs

and a corrugated rim by Nampeyo of Hano, 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 unique historic Tesuque Pueblo polychrome pottery dough bowl, c.1910-1915

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A historic San Juan Pueblo red-on-tan

pottery food or “chile” bowl, c.1900-1920


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

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An exceptionally beautiful and significant Hopi Polacca polychrome pottery canteen featuring an image of Polikmana Kachina (Butterfly Maiden) by Nampeyo of Hano, c.1890


Ex: Martha H. Struever Collection, Santa Fe, NM, 1994


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Two early 20th Century Santo Domingo Pueblo polychrome pottery jars with floral and foliate leaf designs, c. 1920's-30's

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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 historic Hopi black-on-yellow human effigy

pottery jar, possibly by Nampeyo, c. 1900


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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 black-on-red mudhead

pottery figurine attributed to Nampeyo,

c. 1900-1910


ex: Fred Harvey Company


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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 Hopi 4-color polychrome pottery

tile by Nampeyo and/or her eldest daughter, Annie, c. 1900-1905


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An exceptional historic Hopi “Sikyatki-Revival” style polychrome low-profile pottery jar with butterfly or moth pictorials by Nampeyo of Hano, c. 1910-1915


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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 very beautiful, early globular plainware pottery jar by Rick Dillingham, Santa Fe, NM, 1974


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A very beautiful, early globular plainware pottery

jar by Rick Dillingham, Santa Fe, NM, 1974


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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 rare Santa Ana Pueblo polychrome pottery pitcher by Eudora Montoya, c. 1940’s-50’s

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