1940s- 1950s Hopi Emily KomaLastewa Bowl
- 1940s- 1950s Hopi Emily KomaLastewa Bowl
- A Traditional Hopi Bowl Of The Local Hopi Clay That Subtly Changes Colors When Fired.
- The clay, particularly on the exterior of the pot is a beautiful, very colored apricot.
- The long, thin design encircling the lip is made up of two separate design elements.
- The paint is all natural pigments, both black and an ocher red/brown.
- The pot has a very small air pocket-type nick on the exterior bottom portion; this is not a chip.
- The signature Emily KomaLastewa.
- The pot has a nice patina and is of elegant proportions.
- It is 3 1/2″ tall x 8 1/2″ wide.
- Native American Pottery