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Acoma Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Fertility Olla - Franklin Peters

Acoma Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Fertility Olla - Franklin Peters

Franklin Peters
Pottery
10 x 12 inches (L x W)
Hand coiled Large Olla with Fertility designs painted around it by award winning Acoma potter Franklin Peters!! It has 3 medallions representing a woman's womb, with rain patterns, raindrops, Eagle Tails, Thunderbirds and Clouds! The walls are very thin. The painting and precision is amazing! It also has a spirit break at the rim! This would make a great centerpiece for any collection! A stunning piece!

Cochiti Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Storyteller - Vangie Suina

Cochiti Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Storyteller - Vangie Suina

Vangie Suina
Pottery
7 x 4 inches (L x W)
Female Storyteller holding 23 children! Holy smokes! I hope that's the Pueblo neighborhood children and not all hers! :) This is an incredible piece! 2 are holding plates, 2 are holding watermelon slices, 2 are holding drums, 2 are holding balls, 1 is holding a pot, 1 is holding a football, 1 is holding a blanket, 1 is reading a book, 1 is holding a block and one is eating an ice cream cone! Wow!! The detail is amazing and the expressions are so cute! It looks like the boy and the girl on the back are flirting! (Yep, neighborhood children!) The detail on the painting is really amazing, all their clothes have different patterns and the fine lines are extremely precise! A true collector's item!

Hopi American Indian Pottery Corn Jar - Iris Youvella

Hopi American Indian Pottery Corn Jar - Iris Youvella

Iris Youvella
Pottery
5 x 7 inches (L x W)
Traditional Hopi hand coiled Corn Jar fired outdoors by Iris Youvella. It has 3 dimensional ear of corn and a smooth buff finish. It's a really beautiful piece! Iris is the Granddaughter of Nampeyo of Hano and the daughter of Fannie Nampeyo. Her siblings are Leah Garcia Nampeyo, Tonita Nampeyo, Tom Polacca & Elva Nampeyo. Her work is very high quality. This piece was acquired from a private collector. Iris passed away in 2018

Hopi American Indian Pottery Tall Jar - Mark Tahbo

Hopi American Indian Pottery Tall Jar - Mark Tahbo

Mark Tahbo
Pottery
9 x 5 inches (L x W)
Traditional Hopi hand coiled Tall Jar fired outdoors by Mark Tahbo. We are not sure of the design element on the front, but it's an incredible piece! He uses all natural materials for his paints. Mark learned from his great grandmother Grace Chapella. His work is extremely high quality and he has won awards at Heard Museum Show, Santa Fe Indian Market and Gallup Ceremonials. This piece was acquired from a private collector. Mark passed away in 2017.

Hopi Native American Indian Pottery HUGE Storage Jar - Venora Silas

Hopi Native American Indian Pottery HUGE Storage Jar - Venora Silas

Venora Silas
Pottery
10 x 13 inches (L x W)
Traditional Hopi hand coiled Jar by Venora Silas. It has traditional Hopi design painted around the perimeter. Venora is the daughter of Roberta Silas who taught her how to make pottery. This piece was fired in a kiln. She is the sister of Antoinette Honie & Jofern Puffer and has 3 other sisters and 2 brothers all of which are potters. There are no cracks or chips or repairs.

Hopi Native American Indian Pottery Jar - Preston Duwenyie

Hopi Native American Indian Pottery Jar - Preston Duwenyie

Preston Duwenyie
Pottery
4 x 10 inches (L x W)
Traditional Hopi hand coiled Earth In Balance Jar fired outdoors by Preston Duwenyie. It has a smooth mica finish and comes with a stand. It's a really beautiful piece! This piece comes with a story of it's meaning. His work is very high quality. It is has his hallmark etched in the bottom. This piece was acquired from a private collector.

Hopi Native American Indian Pottery Parrot Jar - Bobby Silas

Hopi Native American Indian Pottery Parrot Jar - Bobby Silas

Bobby Silas
Pottery
6 x 13 inches (L x W)
Traditional Hopi hand coiled Parrot Jar fired outdoors by Bobby Silas. It has a some really cool designs around the perimeter. It's a really beautiful piece! He uses all natural materials for his paints and fires his pottery with lignite coal instead of manure. He specializes in creating Sikyatki revival pottery. His work is very high quality. It is signed on the bottom with a Coyote Paw print (Coyote Clan) and his last name. This piece was acquired from a private collector.

Kewa - Santo Domingo Pueblo American Indian Pottery Hunter Jar - Robert Tenorio

Kewa - Santo Domingo Pueblo American Indian Pottery Hunter Jar - Robert Tenorio

Robert Tenorio
Pottery
9 x 10 inches (L x W)
Hand coiled "Hunter" Jar by famed potter Robert Tenorio. Robert told us he got this design from a jar in the Dick Howard collection. It has 3 different hunter scenes! One shows the hunter grabbing the deer by the horns. Another shows the hunter with his hands around the throat of a deer and the final scene shows a hunter luring the deer near the river where the hunter lives so he can kill it close to home and doesn't have to drag it through the woods. There is also a Turkey depicted on the final side. An incredible piece! All of Robert's jars have a hand with a circular design on the inside indicating that it's hand coiled. His signature hallmark is the 7 dipper stars which signifies his last name (7 letters). Fired outdoors with natural pigments by living treasure potter Robert Tenorio.

Kewa - Santo Domingo Pueblo American Pottery Dough Bowl - Robert Tenorio

Kewa - Santo Domingo Pueblo American Pottery Dough Bowl - Robert Tenorio

Robert Tenorio
Pottery
7 x 13 inches (L x W)
Hand coiled Large Dough Bowl by famed potter Robert Tenorio. It has 4 Deer & Antelope designs around the inside with other traditional designs! The outside is what Robert calls the "Aguilar" design. A very striking piece! All of Robert's jars have a hand with a circular design on the inside indicating that it's hand coiled. His signature hallmark is the 7 dipper stars which signifies his last name (7 letters). Fired outdoors with natural pigments by living treasure potter Robert Tenorio.

Laguna Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Jar - Myron Sarracino

Laguna Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Jar - Myron Sarracino

Myron Saraccino
Pottery
10 x 9 inches (L x W)
Traditional hand coiled Jar from Laguna Pueblo by award winning potter Myron Sarracino. It has 4 Tularosa Swirl designs painted around the perimeter with Mountains & Lightning designs in between! Myron uses all natural pigments for his paints. He processes the clay dug from the Pueblo and uses brushes made from yucca plant. His work is very high quality.

Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery Carved Black Avanyu Jar - Daryl Whitegeese

Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery Carved Black Avanyu Jar - Daryl Whitegeese

Daryl Whitegeese
Pottery
9 x 8 inches (L x W)
Black Stone Polished Avanyu Jar by award winning potter Daryl Whitegeese! It has an Avanyu (Water Serpent) carved around the perimeter! The carving is really nice on this piece and the stone polished finish is absolutely amazing! All natural materials and fired outdoors. Daryl is the son of noted potter Lu Ann Tafoya and the grandson of Santa Clara Matriarch Margaret Tafoya. Daryl recently won "Best of Classification Pottery" at the Heard Museum Show in 2019.

Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery Carved Black Jar - Daryl Whitegeese

Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery Carved Black Jar - Daryl Whitegeese

Daryl Whitegeese
Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery Carved Black Jar - Daryl Whitegeese
7 x 8 inches (L x W)
Black Stone Polished Jar by award winning potter Daryl Whitegeese! It has Kiva designs carved around the perimeter for the ceremony & home of the children! There are also animal horn designs representing the Ram, Deer and all animals that have antlers! The carving is really nice on this piece and the stone polished finish is absolutely amazing! All natural materials and fired outdoors. Daryl is the son of noted potter Lu Ann Tafoya and the grandson of Santa Clara Matriarch Margaret Tafoya. Daryl recently won "Best of Classification Pottery" at the Heard Museum Show in 2019.

Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery Carved Jar - LuAnn Tafoya

Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery Carved Jar - LuAnn Tafoya

LuAnn Tafoya
Pottery
10 x 8 inches (L x W)
Carved Red Ware Jar by renowned artist LuAnn Tafoya. It has Prayer Sticks, Waves & Cloud designs carved around the perimeter! The polish on this piece is like a mirror! A very high quality piece for any serious collector. LuAnn is the daughter of Santa Clara matriarch Margaret Tafoya.