Hopi American Indian Pottery Migration Jar - Elva Nampeyo
Artist: Elva Nampeyo (Hopi Tribe)
Dimensions: 3 7/8" tall X 4 3/4" Wide
Description: Traditional Hopi hand coiled bowl fired outdoors by Elva Nampeyo. There are no cracks or chips, but some small minor scuffs. It is also slightly asymmetrical. It has a solid Migration pattern painted around the perimeter with Eagle tails underneath! A collector's piece for sure! Elva was a daughter of Fannie Nampeyo and granddaughter of Nampeyo of Hano. She was the sister of Tonita & Iris Nampeyo & Thomas Polacca and mother of Adelle Nampeyo.