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Antique Native American Pottery

Anasazi Chaco Native American Pottery, Black on White Pitcher
Located in Bradenton, FL
Stunning piece of Native American pottery. Pitcher has a round body and a thick handle that
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15th Century and Earlier American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Marie and Julian Martinez San Ildefonso Etched Blackware Jar
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
be your trusted source. Native American Indian Native American pottery.
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Early 20th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Historical B/W Photograph of Native American Navajo Pottery Makers
Located in Miami, FL
significance. It would be a treasured addition for anyone interested in Native American culture, photography
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Early 20th Century American Art Deco Antique Native American Pottery

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Paper

19th Century Acoma Pueblo Pottery Olla
By Navajo
Located in Bradenton, FL
A very fine Acoma Pueblo, late 19th century polychrome Olla. Painted dark brown and orange design on a white ground, with large areas fired gray. Shrinkage crack extends from rim to ...
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19th Century Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Clay

Antique 19th Century Acoma Pueblo Pottery Olla
19th Century Acoma Pueblo Pottery Olla
H 8.5 in W 10.5 in D 10.5 in
Historic Pueblo Pottery Dough Bowl, Tesuque, Pueblo, circa 1875-1900, Antique
Located in Denver, CO
Antique circa 1875-1900 historic pueblo pottery bowl, Southwestern Native American Indian dough
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19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

Antique Acoma Pueblo Polychrome Pottery Canteen, 1920
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Polychrome pottery canteen Acoma 1920 Measures: 8 inches height x 6 inches diameter. Clay
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Early 20th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Other

Antique Acoma Pueblo Polychrome Pottery Water Canteen, 1900
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pottery Canteen Acoma 1900 6 inches Height x 5.50 inches Diameter. Clay, mineral pigments, twined
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Early 1900s American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Other

Paqua First Frogwoman Naha 1890-1955 Hopi Bowl
By Frogwoman
Located in Sharon, CT
Important early signed Hopi Bowl by 'First Frogwoman'.
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Early 20th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Mammoth Tarahumara Indian Beer Fermenting Pot with Exquisite Fire Clouds Pattern
Located in Los Angeles, CA
entire surface of this pottery vessel is exquisitely patterned by fire clouds Collected in the Sierra
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Early 20th Century Mexican Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Clay

Rare Acoma Polychromed Geometric Painting! Sky City Abstract Art Tapestry
By Acoma
Located in Peoria, AZ
America and home to the Acoma Pueblo, it is known as “Sky City” and is home to some of the finest
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Early 20th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Canvas

19th Century Apache Large Earthenware Pot
By Apache Indian Art
Located in Nantucket, MA
highly evolved pottery or basketry traditions of the neighboring Pueblo peoples; their pots were
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

Chancay Large Standing Female Cuchimilco
Located in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon
Cream slip pottery, classical type large standing female figure with arms raised. Dark chocolate
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15th Century and Earlier South American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Antique Chancay Large Standing Female Cuchimilco
Chancay Large Standing Female Cuchimilco
H 21.5 in W 10.25 in D 3 in
Chancay Large Standing Female Figure
Located in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon
Cream slip pottery, large standing female figure with arms raised. Nicely painted red and chocolate
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15th Century and Earlier South American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Chancay Large Standing Female Figure
Chancay Large Standing Female Figure
H 21.25 in W 12.25 in D 3 in
Chancay Large Standing Female Cuchimilco
Located in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon
Large standing female figure with raised arms. Relief facial features, with red-orange and chocolate brown painted decoration, on a cream slip ground. Crossed straps on her chest, an...
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15th Century and Earlier South American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Chancay Large Standing Female Cuchimilco
Chancay Large Standing Female Cuchimilco
H 22.25 in W 11.5 in D 3 in
Petite Pre-Columbian Redware Olla
Located in Chicago, IL
olla vessel shows many telltale signs of Pre-Columbian pottery. The vessel has a globular form with a
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15th Century and Earlier Central American Pre-Columbian Antique Native American Pottery

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Ceramic

Antique 18th Century Dutch Terra Cotta Pottery Tile depicting a Native American
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Native American Indian archer in a grass skirt with birds and plants in the background. Likely of
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18th Century Dutch Georgian Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Vintage Tarahumara Pottery Olla
Located in West Hollywood, CA
function. The Tarahumara people have a rich Native American pottery tradition that is both utilitarian
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Early 20th Century Mexican Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery, Terracotta

Owens Pottery Utopian Vase Native American Sioux Chief Bear Cora McCandless
By J. B. Owens Pottery
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
19th century Owens glazed ceramic pottery Utopian vase of Native American Indian Sioux Chief Hollow
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Late 19th Century American American Craftsman Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Native American Olla Tribe Pottery Vase
Located in Bonita Springs, FL
Native American large squat red earthenware pottery vase decorated with flower motif around
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19th Century American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Late 19th Century Native American Zuni Bowl
Located in Southampton, NY
Native American Zuni bowl, circa 1880.
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Vintage Pre-Columbian Style Pottery Centerpiece
Located in Dallas, TX
PRESENTING a LOVELY piece of reproduction Native American Antiquity, namely, a Vintage Pre
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Early 20th Century Mexican Pre-Columbian Antique Native American Pottery

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Ceramic, Terracotta

Pre Columbian Moche Portrait Head Vessel South Latin American Antiques
Located in London, GB
A Pre columbian Moche portrait Vessel A vessel modelled on a Amazonian native American Indian, a
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15th Century and Earlier Peruvian Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Pre-Columbian Diquis Spotted Animal with Tail
Located in New Orleans, LA
great Diquís River is a major feature of the region’s geography. A unified Native American culture
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15th Century and Earlier Colombian Other Antique Native American Pottery

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Ceramic

Rena Rosenthal, Madonna & Child, Art Deco Wood & Metal Sculpture, ca. 1920’s
By Rena Rosenthal
Located in New York, NY
Germany and Austria. She was the main retailer for Hagenauer’s creations in America from 1920’s to the
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1920s Austrian Art Deco Antique Native American Pottery

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Metal

Woven Apache Basket with Dog Motif
Located in Missouri, MO
Devil's claw Apache is a collective term for several culturally related groups of Native Americans living
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Early 20th Century Other Art Style Antique Native American Pottery

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Organic Material, Other Medium

Woven Apache Basket with Dog and Human Motif
Located in Missouri, MO
Willow and Devil's Claw Apache is a collective term for several culturally related groups of Native
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Early 20th Century Other Art Style Antique Native American Pottery

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Organic Material, Other Medium

Art Deco Chandelier in Opaline and Chrome, German Attributed to Peter Behrens
By Peter Behrens
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
. He studied painting in his native Hamburg, as well as in Düsseldorf and Karlsruhe, from 1886 to 1889
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1920s German Bauhaus Antique Native American Pottery

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Chrome

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Mae Solid Wood Nightstand and Side Table by Crump and Kwash
By Crump and Kwash
Located in Baltimore City, MD
Mae Nightstand Solid wood frame / hand turned legs / hand rubbed oil finish / solid brass pulls / dovetailed solid wood drawer boxes / premium, full extension, soft close drawer ...
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2010s American Modern Antique Native American Pottery

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Maple, Oak, Walnut

Antique Navajo Rug Yei Navajo Rare Human Geometric Handmade Wool Ivory, 1940
Located in New York, NY
Navajo rug flat woven rug tapestry beige Measures: 4' x6' (3'11" x 5'7") 119cm x 170cm Circa 1920 "The woolen rug has a white background color on which are three styl...
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1940s Persian Navajo Antique Native American Pottery

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Wool

Pima American Indian Basket
By Native American Art
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This fine tightly woven Pima American Indian basket in unusual geometric pattern is in fine condition. The scale is so wonderful with a nice aged patina.
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20th Century American Adirondack Antique Native American Pottery

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Fur

Brutalist Mid-Century Oak De Puydt Dining Chairs '12+'
Located in London, GB
A run of dining chairs by De Puydt, Belgium, c1970s. Solid oak. Well constructed, comfy and solid. Priced and sold individually. We have a volume of these in stock. Normally a...
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Mid-20th Century Belgian Antique Native American Pottery

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Wood

Antique Handwoven Navajo Transitional Rug with Traditional Cross-Shape Pattern
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Discover a piece of Native American artistry with this antique handwoven Navajo transitional rug, dating back to circa 1900. Crafted meticulously from wool, this rug showcases tradit...
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Early 1900s American Navajo Antique Native American Pottery

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Wool

"Old Russell House, " Charles Marion Russell, Western American Drawing
By Charles Marion Russell
Located in New York, NY
Charles Marion Russell (1864 - 1926) Old Russell House Pencil on paper 3 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches Provenance: Kennedy Galleries, New York Raydon Galleries, New York Private Collection, ...
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Late 19th Century American Impressionist Antique Native American Pottery

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Pencil, Paper

Marie and Julian Martinez Black Ware Pottery Jar
By Navajo
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Marie and Julian Martinez Black Ware Jar. Black on black with graphics on upper shoulder. Well signed. Maria and Julian Martinez, of the San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico, are interna...
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Mid-20th Century American Antique Native American Pottery

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Clay

Sioux Native Dragonfly Beaded Moccasins
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Sioux ceremonial moccasins with dragonflies. Fully beaded, including soles. Period: circa 1880. Origin: Sioux, Plains Size: 9 3/4" x 3 3/4". Family Owned & Operated Cisco’s Galle...
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1880s American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Beads

Sioux Native Dragonfly Beaded Moccasins
Sioux Native Dragonfly Beaded Moccasins
H 9.75 in W 3.75 in D 3.75 in
Antique Navajo Carpet, Handmade Wool, Neutral colors, Ivory, Beige, Gray & Brown
Located in Port Washington, NY
Navajo rugs and blankets are textiles produced by Navajo people of the Four Corners area of the United States. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade...
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Late 19th Century American Navajo Antique Native American Pottery

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Wool

"Three Chiefs, Blackfoot, Montana" by Edward S. Curtis, Platinum Print, 1900
By Edward S. Curtis, 1868-1952
Located in Colorado Springs, CO
Presented is a rare, platinum Master Exhibition Print of Edward Curtis’ The Three Chiefs. Typical of Curtis’ Master Exhibition Prints, this platinum print is double-mounted, signed, ...
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Early 1900s American Antique Native American Pottery

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Paper

Large Fine Apache Basket
By Apache Indian Art
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Apache pictorial bowl with dogs and man figures with center squash blossom design. Period: First quarter 20th century Origin: Apache Size: 16" x 4" Family Owned & Operated Cisco’...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Other

Historic Laguna Pueblo Large Native American Olla, 1880's
By Native American Art
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Large Laguna Pueblo Indian Polychrome Olla, circa 1880's. Measures 12 5/8"h x 13"w. Featuring Geometric Designs on the Shoulder and Floral Designs with Fine Line Cross Hatching on...
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Late 19th Century Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Clay

Message to Medusa (Surreal Fashion) by Miss Aniela - Portrait photography
By Miss Aniela
Located in Paris, FR
Giclee print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Baryta paper 315g. Available dimensions and editions: 35 cm × 46 cm, edition of 15 and 2 Artist's Proofs 64 cm × 84 cm, edition of 10 and 2 Arti...
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2010s Contemporary Antique Native American Pottery

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Giclée, Photographic Paper

Mid-Century Modern Style Tambour-Door Credenza by Danish Modern LA
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Introducing our first-ever modern credenza designed and crafted by Danish Modern L.A.'s artisans' house in Los Angeles, CA. Our skillfully crafted credenza showcases a solid American...
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2010s American Mid-Century Modern Antique Native American Pottery

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Walnut

Vintage Navajo Rug, Trading Post Era Southwestern Weaving, Red Brown Black White
By Navajo
Located in Denver, CO
Vintage circa 1920s - 1930s Diné Navajo rug, pan-reservation, Trading Post era. Woven in a diamond pattern of native hand spun wool in natural fleece colors of brown black, gray brow...
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20th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Wool

Antique Sioux Moccasins 'Plains Indian' 1870s Buckskin, Quillwork & Beadwork
By Sioux Indian Art
Located in Denver, CO
Pair of antique Native American moccasins dating to the late Classic Period (1650-1875). Hand crafted by a Sioux, Plains Indian, artisan, circa 1870s. The moccasins are constructed ...
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19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Animal Skin, Hide, Glass, Beads

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Collection of Native American Pottery and Woven Vessels
By Native American Art
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Collection of Native American pottery and woven vessels. Pottery is hand thrown and painted with
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Early 20th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery, Reed

19th Century Native American Acoma Pot
By Native American Art
Located in Andover, MA
The Acoma pot having a repeating design of abstract foliate, feather and other devices in three colors. The flaring shoulder of the pot lends itself to this nicely proportioned south...
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1890s American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Clay

Extremely Rare Large Scale San Ildefonso Pueblo Vessel
Located in Fulton, CA
Large-scale Native American black ware or black on black pottery vessel. Made at the San Ildefonso
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Early 20th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Acoma/ Laguna Polychrome Pot
Located in Tucson, AZ
Acoma/ Laguna polychrome pot, circa 1890-1900. Typical surface wear.
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Early 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

Acoma/ Laguna Polychrome Pot
Acoma/ Laguna Polychrome Pot
H 8.5 in Dm 10.5 in
Ming Dynasty Pottery Pot
Located in Seattle, WA
they are Chinese they can look very French country or even Native American in a grouping." Kelly
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19th Century Chinese Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Ming Dynasty Pottery Pot
Ming Dynasty Pottery Pot
H 6 in Dm 9.5 in
Tesuque Polychrome Olla, circa 1880-1898
Located in Santa Fe, NM
A traditionally made and fired pot from Tesuque Pueblo in New Mexico.
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Folk Art Fish Shaped Pitcher Lamp
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Native American, circa 1920-1930. Fish is 7 3/8" H. On wood and brass base.
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1920s American Adirondack Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Folk Art Fish Shaped Pitcher Lamp
Folk Art Fish Shaped Pitcher Lamp
H 23.5 in W 6 in D 6 in
San Ildefonso Black On Black Native American Pottery Vase Signed Mar
Located in Big Flats, NY
San Ildefonso Black On Black Native American Pottery Vase Signed Marie & Julian Circa 1910
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Early 20th Century American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

San Ildefonso Black On Black Native American Pottery Small Plate, Signed, C1910
Located in Big Flats, NY
San Ildefonso Black On Black Native American Pottery Small Plate, Signed Teresita Christina, C1910
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Early 20th Century American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Antique Native American Pottery Jar, San Ildefonso Pueblo, 19th Century
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
19th century Native American Southwestern Polychrome Pottery Jar created at San Ildefonso Pueblo in
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19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

Antique Southwestern Native American Pottery Jar, Isleta Pueblo
Located in Denver, CO
A rare antique Isleta Pueblo four-color earthenware jar constructed by hand and finely painted in slip glazes with Classic Acoma elements including floriate motifs and checkerboard e...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

Antique Native American Polychrome Pottery Jar, Acoma 19th Century
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
Built by hand from native clay by an American Indian potter at Acoma Pueblo and expertly hand
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19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Clay, Earthenware

Antique Native American Southwestern Pottery, Nampeyo (Hopi), Early 20th Century
Located in Denver, CO
This exemplary earthenware canteen is finely painted in polychrome in a complex Prehistoric Revival pattern. The quality, characteristics and age of this piece are consistent with th...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

Arts and Crafts Period Pot Made From Ancient Anasazi Shards, circa 1910
Located in Nantucket, MA
molded earthenware Olla that has been covered with a mosaic of Pre-Historic Anasazi pottery shards. The
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1910s American Arts and Crafts Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

Antique Native American Indian Acoma Decorated Clay Pottery Jar/Vase, circa 1900
Located in Big Flats, NY
Antique Native American Indian Acoma hand thrown clay jar hand-painted with slip glaze features
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Early 20th Century American Antique Native American Pottery

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Clay, Pottery

Antique Native American Southwest Pottery Jar, Zia Pueblo, circa 1880
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
An early circa 1880 Southwestern Native American Pueblo Pottery jar. The polychrome earthenware
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19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

Antique Wedgwood Black Basalt Jar with Native American Style circa 1880
By Wedgwood
Located in Katonah, NY
style of Mexican Native American pottery from Oaxaca, Mexico which is distinguished by its gray/black
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Late 19th Century English Arts and Crafts Antique Native American Pottery

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Stoneware

19th Century Antique Terracotta Pot
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Decorative Pieces A beautiful 19th century (or older) terracotta pot, acquired by previous owner and collector while in Brazil in 1950s. Sculptural shape and beautiful deep pa...
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19th Century Brazilian Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Clay

Tarahumara Water Pot from Northern Mexico
Located in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato
craftsmanship and skill in pottery that the Tarahumara exemplified.
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Late 19th Century Mexican Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Ceramic

Historical Childs Toy Doll Plate, Indian Chiefs California Gold Rush, circa 1850
By John Thomson
Located in Philadelphia, PA
. The image represents the bargaining between the Native Americans and the prospectors. A pressed molded
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Mid-19th Century Scottish Late Victorian Antique Native American Pottery

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Pearlware

Pre-Historic Native American Southwestern Pottery Bowl, Mimbres, 1000-1200 CE
Located in Denver, CO
A Mimbres black-on-white earthenware bowl finely painted with slip glazes in a geometric pattern. The Mimbres, part of the Mogollon Culture of Pueblo Indians, lived in the Mimbre...
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15th Century and Earlier American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

Historic Southwestern Pottery Jar, San Ildefonso circa 1900
Located in Denver, CO
An intricately painted polychrome olla. Created at San Ildefonso Pueblo, the design is consistent with the work of Martina and Florentino and is very similar to work by Martina's mo...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Clay

San Ildefonso Maria School Black On Black Pottery Vase, Signed Juan L’été
Located in Big Flats, NY
A southwestern Native American art pottery vase in the manner of Maria Martinez of San Ildefonso
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Early 20th Century American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Pre-Columbian Diquis Jaguar Vessel
Located in New Orleans, LA
and rituals related to the hunt, war and funerary services. Diquis pre-historic pottery is notable
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15th Century and Earlier Colombian Pre-Columbian Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Vase
By Tiffany Studios
Located in New York, NY
Hopi vase. Louis Comfort Tiffany had more than five hundred Native American objects, including baskets
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Early 20th Century American Art Nouveau Antique Native American Pottery

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Art Glass

18th Century Painting Boys Playing Dice After Bartolome' Murillo
Located in London, GB
refined than in any previous period. His style of painting the street children of his native Seville
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Late 18th Century Spanish Antique Native American Pottery

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Canvas

Pre-Columbian Native American Pottery Bowl
Located in Dallas, TX
Presenting a lovely piece of Native American antiquity, namely, a Pre-Columbian Native American
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15th Century and Earlier American Pre-Columbian Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Prehistoric Native American Pottery Bowl, Anasazi, circa 1000-1200 CE
Located in Denver, CO
. The Anasazi people lived in the American Southwest in what is now the four corners region (where
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15th Century and Earlier American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

19th Century Native American Pottery Collection of 3 Pieces
Located in Fulton, CA
A collection of three 19th century Native American Rio Grande Valley pots. Pots measure: 5.75
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19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Acoma Native American Pottery Bowl
Located in Bradenton, FL
Vintage 19th Century (1870's) Acoma Native American Bowl. Painted light brown, red and black with
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

Acoma Native American Pottery Bowl
Acoma Native American Pottery Bowl
H 4.5 in W 7.5 in D 7.5 in
Collection of Three Antique Native American Pottery Jars, 19th and 20th Century
By Native American Art
Located in Denver, CO
these were used for carrying water and these were all built by hand from native clay and very finely
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19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

Native American Navajo Hand Built Ceramic Pottery Vase Pot Jar, 19th Century
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
A fine example of early Native American Navajo pottery. We are listing as 19th century but could
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19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Terracotta

Native American Navajo Indian Hand Built Clay Pottery Bowl Jar Pot, 19th Century
By Native American Art
Located in Studio City, CA
A large, quite impressive, fine example of early Native American Navajo pottery. We are listing
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19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Clay

Native American Indian Large Shipibo-Conibo Amazon Tribe Peru Pottery Bowl
Located in Studio City, CA
A wonderful geometric patterned and designed hand painted and glazed Native American earthenware
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Early 20th Century Peruvian Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

Historical Southwestern Pottery Seed Jar by Nampeyo, Hopi, Early 20th Century
Located in Denver, CO
Pottery Seed Jar crafted by hand and meticulously painted in slip glazes, attributed to renowned
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Early 20th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

A Large and Rare American Indian Zuni Pueblo Polychromed Earthenware Pot
Located in San Francisco, CA
Pueblo is the largest pueblo, located in western-central New Mexico; their pottery is distinguished by
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Early 1900s American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

Turn of the Century Zia Pueblo Pottery Olla
Located in Tarrytown, NY
Turn of the century Zia Pueblo Pottery Olla.
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1910s Antique Native American Pottery

Turn of the Century Zia Pueblo Pottery Olla
Located in Tarrytown, NY
Turn of the century Zia Pueblo Pottery Olla.
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1910s Antique Native American Pottery

Pre-Columbian Anasazi Black on White Pottery Mug Pitcher
Located in Bradenton, FL
design around body. Remains in as found condition. A rare intact, large pottery pitcher, painted in the
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15th Century and Earlier Folk Art Antique Native American Pottery

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Clay

Pre-Columbian Oaxacan Spouted Ox or Horned Bull Vessel, 14th-15th Century
Located in Studio City, CA
. Would be a nice addition to any Pre-Columbia or Cental American artifacts collection or eye-catching
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15th Century and Earlier Central American Pre-Columbian Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery, Terracotta

Peruvian Shipibo Pottery Vase, circa 1900
Located in Essex, MA
A hand painted pottery vase by the Shipibo people of Peru, circa 1900, in earthenware with hand
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Early 20th Century Peruvian Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

Fine Group of Native American Navajo & Pueblo Pottery
Located in Ottawa, Ontario
A fine group of Native American Navajo & Pueblo Pottery, including a small jar by Navajo potter
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Early 20th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Pottery

19th Century Antique Terracotta Pot
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Decorative Pieces A beautiful large 19th century terracotta pot, acquired by previous owner and collector while in Brazil in 1950s. Sculptural shape and beautiful deep patina ...
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19th Century Brazilian Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Clay

19th Century Antique Terracotta Pot
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Decorative Pieces A beautiful 19th century terracotta pot, acquired by previous owner and collector while in Brazil in 1950s. Sculptural shape and beautiful deep patina with c...
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19th Century Brazilian Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Clay

Southwestern Native American Polychrome Pottery Olla, Zuni Pueblo, circa 1900
Located in Denver, CO
A polychrome jar painted in slip glazes with Classic Zuni geometric design elements in dark-brown and red on a white field. Messenger Service is available to the Denver & Boulder ...
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Late 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

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Earthenware

Native American Acoma Bowl
By Acoma
Located in Southampton, NY
Native American Acoma bowl.
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Early 19th Century American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

Materials

Pottery

Native American Acoma Bowl
H 3.5 in Dm 4.5 in
Tarahumara Ceramic Water Vessel from Mexico, circa Early 1900s
Located in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato
for their pottery and basket weaving techniques, similar to Apache Native Americans.
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Early 20th Century Mexican Primitive Antique Native American Pottery

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Ceramic, Clay

San Ildefonso Pottery, pl. 587
By Edward S. Curtis, 1868-1952
Located in Dallas, TX
recto. Known for his remarkable documentation of Native Americans in the early twentieth century
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Early 20th Century Modern Antique Native American Pottery

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Photogravure

Primitive Archaic Handcrafted Large Ceramic Pottery Bowl Pot with Handles
Located in Studio City, CA
century. Possibly Native American but again we can't be sure. From a collection of primitive and Native
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19th Century Primitive Antique Native American Pottery

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Ceramic

Primitive Archaic Handcrafted Painted Ceramic Pottery Bowl Pot with Handles
Located in Studio City, CA
but it could be older or early 20th century. Possibly Native American but again we can't be sure
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19th Century Primitive Antique Native American Pottery

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Ceramic

Antique Alabama Miller Pottery 10 Gallon Salt Glaze Stoneware Crock
Located in Dayton, OH
. Pottery making had a long tradition in the region. Indeed southeastern Native American tribes had been
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Late 19th Century Rustic Antique Native American Pottery

Materials

Stoneware

Portrait of a Man and Woman in a Flower Dress: A Pair of Portraits
By Durr Freedley
Located in New York, NY
Durr Freedley enjoyed a rich and varied career that took him from his native Indiana to New York
Category

Early 20th Century American Modern Antique Native American Pottery

Materials

Oil

San Ildefonso Pueblo Vessel
Located in Fulton, CA
Large-scale Native American black ware or black on black pottery vessel. Made at the San Ildefonso
Category

Late 19th Century American Tribal Antique Native American Pottery

Materials

Clay

San Ildefonso Pueblo Vessel
San Ildefonso Pueblo Vessel
H 11.24 in Dm 14 in
'Scottish Lake Scene, ' Oil on Canvas by Campbell Scott
By Campbell Scott
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
pottery. His love of learning and travel took him around the world. He studied in Paris with world
Category

Early 20th Century Realist Antique Native American Pottery

Materials

Oil

19th Century Native American Cochiti Pueblo Canteen
Located in Santa Fe, NM
. 7” x W. 7 1/2”. Condition: Excellent, no restoration. Reference: Historic Pottery of the
Category

1890s American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

Materials

Clay, Paint, Wool

Early 1920s Century Native American Zuni Pottery Jar
By Native American Art
Located in Pasadena, CA
A very nice 1920s native American Zuni pottery jar with great geometric designs.
Category

1920s American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

Materials

Clay

Cochiti Pueblo Pottery Dog, circa 1880
Located in Santa Fe, NM
traditional methods and uses native clay and pigments. Measures: 6" x 5" x 7.5".
Category

Late 19th Century North American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

Pair of Rare Antique Zuni Pueblo Pottery Candleholders or Candlesticks
Located in Pasadena, CA
These rare antique pair of Zuni Pueblo candleholders have kachina figures and dragonflys.
Category

1890s American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

Materials

Pottery

19th Century Tesuque Pueblo Pottery Olla Jar with Snake
Located in Pasadena, CA
This very large 1890s Tesuque Olla jar was made with red clay. It is 12" wide and 11" tall.
Category

19th Century North American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

Hopi Goblet, circa 1915
Located in Santa Fe, NM
A traditionally made and fired Hopi pottery goblet or chalice with Sityaki revival designs in
Category

Early 20th Century North American Native American Antique Native American Pottery

Materials

Pottery

Hopi Goblet, circa 1915
Hopi Goblet, circa 1915
H 4 in W 3.5 in D 3.5 in
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Antique Native American Pottery For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal piece of antique native American pottery for your home. Was constructed with extraordinary care, often using ceramic, pottery and earthenware. Your living room may not be complete without an item from our selection of antique native American pottery — find older editions for sale from the 18th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 20th Century. When you’re browsing for the right choice in our collection of antique native American pottery, those designed in Art Deco styles are of considerable interest. A well-made object in our assortment of antique native American pottery has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Native American Art, Navajo and Santa Clara are consistently popular.

How Much is a Antique Native American Pottery?

The average selling price for a piece of antique native American pottery at 1stDibs is $3,000, while they’re typically $479 on the low end and $17,500 for the highest priced.
Questions About Antique Native American Pottery
  • 1stDibs ExpertMay 5, 2023
    A number of Native American tribes are known for pottery, including the Cheyenne, Cherokees, Hopi, Iroquois, Navajo Pueblo and Shoshone. Artisans from each indigenous group have their own style. For example, Hopi pottery is often a red-brown color and decorated with black designs, while Navajo pottery is deeper brown and usually has a high-gloss finish. Find a selection of Native American pottery on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMay 5, 2023
    The earliest Anasazi pottery is more than 2000 years old, dating back to 200 CE. These pieces were produced out of clays sourced from floodplains or soil and contain large amounts of iron, giving the pottery a rich brown color. On 1stDibs, shop a range of Native American pottery.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMay 5, 2023
    One way to determine whether pottery is Hopi is to look at the rim. Hopi artisans use a coil and scrape method that gives pieces level rims with a rough surface. If a piece of pottery has a raised rim or a smooth edge along its rim, the piece was likely produced with a potter's wheel and is not an authentic Hopi piece. Many convincing reproductions do exist, so it's a good idea to have a certified appraiser evaluate pottery when trying to assess its authenticity. Find a range of Hopi pottery on 1stDibs.