Vintage Polychrome Hopi Vessel With Storm Pattern By Garnet Pavatea

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Vintage Polychrome Hopi Vessel With Storm Pattern By Garnet Pavatea

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Vintage Polychrome Hopi Vessel With Storm Pattern By Garnet Pavatea

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Vintage Polychrome Hopi Vessel With Storm Pattern By Garnet Pavatea

Vintage hand coiled pot by Hopi artist Garnet Pavatea.

Garnet Pavatea also  known as Flower Girl was a Hopi/ Tewa from the Tewa Village on First Mesa on the Hopi Reservation, and also lived there.  Her dad, Dewakuku, was Hopi and her mother was Tewa.  Following tradition, Garnet was of her mother's clan.

Garnet had a long and productive career of pottery making and was a favorite of collectors of Hopi pottery.  She was an active potter from circa 1940 to circa 1981.  The Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff amassed a major collection of her work. She passed away in 1981.

This pot measures 2 inches X 3 inches.