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Native American Pottery41 of 394Mississippian CultureTall Bird Man Sand Painting Pottery by Charles Loloma?
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    Posted 3 years ago

    CWW
    (2 items)

    Beautiful artwork from Hopi Tribe. Don't know much beyond that though. Anyone know how to tell the date?

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    1. CanyonRoad, 3 years ago
      The Hopi pot was made by Treva James Burton, who signs as T. Burton. She was born in 1929 in Oraibi, and learned basket making from her mother in her 20s. After she married, she moved to Tuba City, where she worked at Tuba City High School. In 1966 she moved back to Oraibi and began making pottery, as well as basketry, full time, making her one of only a handful of Third Mesa potters. So it would date sometime after that.

      She fires her pottery in an electric kiln, unlike most traditional Hopi potters.

      The smaller pot is from Acoma Pueblo (not related to the Hopi) and probably dates to about the same time period as the Hopi pot. I don't know who signs A.V., however, since there are several Acoma potters with those initials.
    2. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 3 years ago
      Thanks CanyonRoad, for the great information on these two Native American Pottery pieces! :^)
    3. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 3 years ago
      Oh! Thanks for posting CWW, and I think you can mark this solved! :^)

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