Order Support


Contact Us

Shopping Cart

Cart is Empty


Book Online


D258-Fannie Nampeyo Pottery

More Views

D258-Fannie Nampeyo Pottery

SKU: 900009625

Availability: In stock


Product Information

Migration Pattern
Hopi Pot created by Fannie Polacca Nampeyo, 1900-1987. Fannie is the daughter of Nampeyo who famously revived the ancient Sityatki art form of her ancestors. Fannie is a matriarch of the Hopi pottery art and was largely responsible for its resurgence. This particular pot has gone through a process of gathering and prepring the clay, then coiling the pot, smoothing, drying, sanding, going through it's first polishing. The painting is then started usually with natural pigments, the pot then goes through a second polishing then the final process of firing. Fannie's favorite design was the migration pattern. The fine line pattern is featured with a curling wave-like design with parrot tail tips. This is a one of a kind item. 8 x 4 1/4