- NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY -
Tonita Nampeyo Pot, Hopi. $1500
This is a low shouldered style, revived in the 1800's. The Nampeyo women
pass their aesthetic designs to their daughters to preserve valuable traditions.
This is a special pot, beautiful to look at, wonderful to hold. Tonita Nampeyo
and her family are profiled in the book, Seven Families in Pueblo Pottery.
Size: 7"x3.75" - Material: Clay - Age: 1988
Reference: Seven Families in Pueblo Pottery, Maxwell Museum of Anthropology
University of New Mexico Press, 1988.
Availability: One of a kind
Mississippi Mound Builders Effigy Beaker Pot. $2500
This is a museum reconstructed prairie hen beaker which held liquids. This
type of prehistoric pottery is rarely available outside of museums. This
Mississippi and Ohio river mound builder civilizations are thought by many
to be among the most evolved and complicated of all North American pre-Columbian
Size: 5"x5" Material: Clay - Age: c.1200
Reference: Atlas of Ancient America , Facts on File Publications
New York/Oxford, 1986, Availability: One of a kind.