Share your favorites on Show & Tell

Early 20th Century Hopi?

In Native American > Native American Pottery > Show & Tell.
Native American Antiques607 of 734Teeth (old)more beautiful south eastern points
7
Love it
0
Like it

miKKoChristmas11miKKoChristmas11 loves this.
ShellShell loves this.
stepback_antiquesstepback_antiques loves this.
ManikinManikin loves this.
michelleamieuxmichelleamieux loves this.
rocker-sdrocker-sd loves this.
SusieoSusieo loves this.
See 5 more
Add to collection

Please create an account, or Log in here

If you don't have an account, create one here.


Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate



Posted 3 years ago

Email

AnnieinTX
(6 items)

I recently acquired this with an estate I purchased. The other items were 1900-1940, so I am assuming it is from that time period. It is unsigned. Anyone who can share ideas about the history and value of this item would be appreciated. Thanks!

Mystery Solved

Comments

  1. Susieo, 3 years ago
    Look for these two books. Southwestern pottery Anasazi to Zuni. By Alan Hayes and John blom. aND fourteen families in pueblo pottery by Rick dillingham and j.j. Brody. Lots on Hopi pottery in them.
  2. michelleamieux michelleamieux, 2 years ago
    annie, just gorgeous. If you have University near you with an American Indian department. The professors might be able to tell you who and maybe when by the symbols used. Or, find an Amer.Indian artifact website and send photos. It is worth t as this is a beautiful piece, and could be older than 1900. thanks for shearing this treasure, Mich
  3. Stillwater Stillwater, 2 years ago
    That white clay is from Acoma Pueblo, in New Mexico. Its from the 30's-50's. Its not polite to talk about value on this site, so you'll have to pay for an appraisal. Very nice piece though, I'd love to have it in my house
  4. Susieo, 2 years ago
    The pot crude.d above is not aroma. The clay color is not white and the designs are wrong.
  5. Susieo, 2 years ago
    The pot is not Acoma. The clay is not white and the design I'd not an Acoma one.
  6. Stillwater Stillwater, 2 years ago
    What do you mean Susieo? Its looks pretty white to me, and the designs do look Hopi, but they didn't use white clay I don't think. Hey Annie, is this pot white or skin tone?
  7. AnnieinTX, 2 years ago
    I am pretty sure it was Hopi. I have sold the pot so it is no longer in my possession. The color was sort of cream, aged white?
  8. sarahoff sarahoff, 2 years ago
    Could be white slip, hopi hano polychrome.
  9. sarahoff sarahoff, 2 years ago
    It could be Acoma but the design looks to be Hopi.
  10. Stillwater Stillwater, 2 years ago
    Yeah its Hopi

Want to post a comment?

Create an account or login in order to post a comment.