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Hopi Cornmeal Wall Pocket, c.1935-45

This is a Hopi cornmeal wall pocket from about 1935-1945. The ceramic has as Sikyatki Revival design and could have been made by a member of the Nampeyo family, but is unsigned and unattributed. Wall pockets like these are hung by the door of a Hopi house, and used to hold cornmeal to be used in morning prayers. The wall pocket measures 4 1/2" height, 4" width, and 4 1/4" depth, and is in excellent original condition without repair. Complimentary shipping included.



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