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An Acoma Pueblo tourist pottery dish, circa 1930's-1940's


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A unique San Ildefonso or Tesuque Pueblo

black-on-red pottery bowl, circa 1890-1915


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An Acoma four-color polychrome pottery jar attributed to Mary Histia, c. 1910-1925


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A Hopi polychrome pottery bowl with

a stylized Sikyatki-style bird design

by Garnet Pavatea, circa 1950's-1960's


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A Hopi black-on-cream miniature jar by

Rachel Nampeyo, circa 1940’s-1950’s


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An Acoma Pueblo black-on-white “Mimbres-Revival” style pottery cup by Frances Torivio, circa 1980’s-1990’s


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A wonderful Hopi polychrome pottery cylindrical jar by the Nampeyo family,

circa 1920’s


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A Hopi plainware pottery canteen, circa 1880-1900


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A Hopi plainware pottery canteen,

circa 1880-1900


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A large Sikyatki-style polychrome pottery

“Flying Saucer” jar with an “Eagletail” design by Michael Peter Hawley, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1988


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A large Sikytaki-style polychrome pottery

“Flying Saucer” jar with a “Migration Pattern” design by Michael Peter Hawley, Scottsdale, Arizona,1987


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A rare Walpi polychrome pottery

“Eagletail” jar by Nampeyo, c. 1900-1910


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A large Sikyatki-style, “Chakoptewa” polychrome pottery Belt buckle by Michael Peter Hawley, Scottsdale, AZ, 1988


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A Hopi red polychrome pottery jar by Paqua Naha (Original Frogwoman) or Garnet Pavatea, c.1930’s


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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 outstanding Hopi red polychrome pottery jar with “Batwing” designs by Garnet Pavatea, circa 1965-1970


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A fine historic Zuni Pueblo polychrome pottery

bowl, possibly by Nellie Bica, circa 1920’s


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A historic Hopi polychrome pottery tile

by Annie Healing Nampeyo, c. 1900


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A superb, historic Santo Domingo polychrome pottery

dough bowl by Monica Silva, circa 1920’s-30’s


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A Hopi polychrome pottery vase with geometric designs

and a corrugated rim by Nampeyo of Hano, c. 1915-1920


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A marvelous historic Tesuque Pueblo

polychrome pottery small dough bowl, c.1915


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An exceptional, large historic Hopi polychrome pottery bowl by Paqua Naha, "Original Frog Woman”, c. 1915-1920


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A historic Acoma Pueblo Polychrome pottery square or rectangular bowl, circa 1900-1915


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A remarkable early San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico

red-on-tan pottery jar, circa 1850-1860


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A lovely, historic Hopi pottery chalice or cup

by Annie Healing Nampeyo, circa 1910-1920


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A lovely small Hopi polychrome pottery

canteen by Nampeyo of Hano, c.1905-1910


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

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A historic Acoma Pueblo “Tularosa Revival”-style

polychrome pottery pitcher by Mary Histia, c.1920


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A Hopi polychrome pottery bird effigy

ashtray by Nellie Nampeyo, c.1930’s


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A beautiful Acoma Pueblo, NM pottery rabbit pendant by Emma Lewis, c.1960’s-70’s


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An extremely rare early polychrome pottery

terraced or “Kiva-step” bowl by Maria and Julian Martinez, San Ildefonso Pueblo, NM, c.1923-25


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


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A historic Hopi polychrome pottery

vase or pitcher by Nampeyo and Fannie Nampeyo, c.1925-1930


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A striking Hopi black-on-cream

pottery cylinder vase, c. 1910


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


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An absolutely exquisite historic Santa Clara Pueblo polished blackware pottery bowl by Margaret Tafoya, c.1950’s-60’s


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A early historic Tesuque Pueblo pottery “Rain God” figure, c. 1885


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A beautiful historic Hopi polychrome pottery jar

with four large bird pictorials, possibly by Annie Healing Nampeyo or Fannie Polacca Nampeyo, c.1920’s


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A superb Hopi polychrome pottery pitcher with two

large bird pictorials by Nampeyo of Hano, c.1900-1905


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A very beautiful, early globular-shaped pottery

jar by Rick Dillingham, Santa Fe, NM 1974


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An incredible, large, historic Hopi polychrome pottery bowl by Nampeyo of Hano, c.1905-1907


Ex: Dr. Edwin L. Wade Collection


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