Hopi Fannie Nampeyo Pot
- Hopi Fannie Nampeyo Pot
- A Classic Nampeyo Pot Clearly Signed By Fannie Nampeyo, Daughter Of Old Lady Nampeyo.
- This is definitely a museum piece.
- It has the classic rain bird design.
- A warm apricot variegated to yellow Hopi clay?makes up the pot.
- It is clearly signed “FANNIE NAMPEYO” with her corn design. This signature and hallmark are fired in.
- A few tiny pin hole-sized nicks are evident in the decorated shoulder of the pot.
- The paint on the outer shoulder has some lovely age wear from being handled, as expected of a pot of this age.
- Fannie Nampeyo lived from 1900 – 1987.
- We feel from the patina on this pot, it is circa 1940s.
- She was a well-known potter between the 1920s – 1980s.
- There are no cracks, the pot is sound.
- It measures 6 5/8″ wide x 6 1/4″ tall.
- Native American Pueblo Pottery