Hopi Pottery by Miriam Nampeyo, Fannie's Grand Daughter, Native American Pot
Hopi Indian Pottery by Miriam Nampeyo, Native American Pot. This 4 high pot is in good condition, no chips, cracks or repairs. It is signed on the bottom: Miriam Nampeyo, who is Fannie's grand daughter & Elva's daughter. She is a wonderful talented potter who makes Hopi pottery in the same traditional way her great grandmother Nampeyo did. Hand coiled, hand painted with yucca brushes & fired in a dung fire. This Native American pot is painted with the classic migratory pattern in terra cotta & black. The top of the pot has a turned back spout on the lip, adding a little something different to this attractive pot. Here's your chance to own a Nampeyo family piece of pottery made by Miriam Nampeyo. The item "Hopi Pottery by Miriam Nampeyo, Fannie's Grand Daughter, Native American Pot" is in sale since Thursday, February 18, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery". The seller is "ephemerare" and is located in Durango, Colorado.
This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, to all countries in Europe, to Japan, to Australia.
- Provenance: Ownership History Available
- Artisan: Miriam Nampeyo
- Tribal Affiliation: Hopi
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States