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Three Hopi Pottery Pieces by Darlene James Nampeyo

These are three new examples of the work of Nampeyo family master potter Darlene James Nampeyo. All three pieces are traditionally molded, painted, and fired. Hopi-Tewa master potter Darlene James Nampeyo (1956- ) is descended from Nampeyo through her daughter, Annie Healing Nampeyo. Darlene learned pottery making from her grandmother Rachel Namingha Nampeyo, and her aunts Priscilla Namingha Nampeyo and Dextra Quotskuyva.

The piece on the left is a round tile with a horned toad design. The tile measures 4 1/2" diameter. Please note the tile has sold.

The piece in the middle is an open bowl with a puzzle design. The bowl measures 2 1/2" height and 6" diameter. $450

The piece on the right is a classic melon jar. The jar measures 5 3/4" height and 4 1/4" diameter.

P4645 -- Sold

P4646 -- Sold

P4647 -- Sold

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