This Hopi-Tewa pottery by award winning potter Dee Setalla (b. 1963) is a stunning work of art. The large pot features a Hopi woman on each side and at least sixteen individual Native American symbols. Included with this pottery is a handwritten description by Dee Setalla of each symbol shown on the pot. This pot measures 5” x 9” and is in very good used condition.
Dee Setalla is a member of the Hopi-Tewa Reservation and is a member of the Bear Clan. He learned to make pottery from his Mother, Pauline Setalla, and his Aunt, Eunice “Fawn “ Navasie.. Other accomplished potters that Dee is related to include Stetson Setalla (brother), Joy “Frogwoman” Navasie (aunt), Burel Naha (cousin), and Sylvia “Featherwoman” (cousin).
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