Vernida created this Nampeyo family migration pattern on a hand coiled, traditionally shaped and fired pot measuring 5.75 inches tall by 5.5 inches wide. The pattern is excellent but the neck is a bit distorted from some angles. This piece came from an estate auction in a lot. It is a shape that is rarely seen and has real appeal. If you like what you see but are concerned about the neck just send an email and we’ll take a few more photos for you. It’s a very good price even for an imperfect piece.
Item #H245 ~ Your price $195 (Includes Shipping!)
Vernida Polacca (Nampeyo) is Nampeyo of Hano’s great-granddaughter, the daughter of Harold Polacca Nampeyo, Sr. (Tewa) and Alice Polacca (Pima) and sister to renown potters Clinton and Reva. Her work is traditionally coiled and fired. She travels around the country exhibiting at major shows and likes to demonstrate her techniques. Her reputation is growing very quickly.
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