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Nampeyo Hopi Pueblo Pottery

Nampeya Legacy Hopi Pottery

Nampeyo's earliest recorded pottery was made
 around 1896.

Her fascination with ancient Hopi symbols that she saw
on pottery shardsaround the Sikyati ruins
and her desire to produce similar work...
was eagerly greeted with pottery orders from local
Indian traders and merchants.

Nampeyo is considered a key figure
in the evolution of Southwestern pottery.

Her descendents work has (for the most part)
remained true to her original pottery designs
and is eagerly sought by collectors and museums.

Perhaps, the best book on the subject (which we stock) is
"The Legacy of a Master Potter - Nampeyo and her Descendants".


More Nampeyo Pottery coming soon

We have access to a very large Fannie Nampeyo pottery collection

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