Vintage Hopi Pot By Fannie Nampeyo "Storm Pattern" Design

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Vintage Hopi Pot By Fannie Nampeyo "Storm Pattern" Design

1,450.00

Vintage Hopi Pot By Fannie Nampeyo "Storm Pattern" Design

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Vintage Hopi Pot By Fannie Nampeyo "Storm Pattern" Design

Fannie was a prolific potter from 1920–1987 and earned a reputation as an outstanding potter during her lifetime. Her styles included black and red on yellow and black on yellow in the form of jars, cups and saucers. She also made miniatures and bird effigy bowls. Among her favorite designs were clouds, rain, feathers, stars and migrations motifs. In addition to making pottery she also made quilts.

Fannie's pottery won a first place blue ribbon in the "Hopi Show" at the Museum of Northern Arizonain July 1961, and her works have been included in collects by the University of Oklahoma's Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art and The Cleveland Museum of Art.

A wonderful vintage collectors piece.