Fannie Nampeyo Hopi pot
Hopi pot 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.
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.
Measurements: It measures 2 5/8" wide, 1 3/8" tall with a 2 1/4" opening.