Hopi Polychrome Seed Jar by Nampeyo, c.1910 new
This classic example of Nampeyo family pottery dates to 1910 and was likely a collaborative work between Nampeyo (1856-1942) and one of her daughters. The four kachina or insect faces around the mouth of the jar are a distinct Nampeyo design seen on many of her works. The body of the jar is decorated with a design that Nampeyo often used as glyphs on the outside of her open bowls. The seed jar is well-molded and measures 2 1/2" height and 5 1/2" diameter.
P4613 -- $750