Hopi Pottery by Elva Nampeyo (1926-1985) With Migration Pattern

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An excellent Hopi Pueblo pottery bowl made by Elva Nampeyo (1926-1985) featuring a migration pattern. This bowl has a nice shape and is in very good condition. It is signed by Elva Nampeyo and with her Corn Woman symbol. Elva Nampeyo is the daughter of Fannie Nampeyo and Grand-daughter of Nampeyo of Hano. The bowl measures 3 ¾” tall and 5” in diameter.

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