Fannie Nampeyo Hopi bowl
Hopi bowl/plate by famous Hopi pottery artist Fannie Nampeyo (lifespan 1904-1987, active 1920-1987). Daughter of Nampeyo. Her favorite designs were migration, rain clouds, tail feathers, star, and feathers.
It is signed with her corn hallmark on the bottom. 10 1/4" in diameter, and 2 1/2" deep.
All of the Pueblo pottery is made with the coil and pinch method, made with clay the artists gathered, hand-polished, and traditionally fired. It will be double boxed and fully insured shipping.