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Hopi Polychrome Yellowware Jar by Nampeyo, c.1915

Nampeyo (1856-1942) made this Hopi polychrome yellowware jar around 1915. This traditional jar from Nampeyo’s mature period features classic Nampeyo designs including kachina faces and Sikyatki Revival feather swirls. The jar’s molding is symmetrical and well-executed. Overall, the jar fired well with no fire clouds, and is thinly-potted. The designs in the four panels are well-drawn and full of many Sikyatki Revival motifs.

The jar measures 3 ¼” height and 7 ¼” diameter, and is in excellent, original condition.

P4561

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