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Southwest Pottery

Lema's Kokopelli Gallery offers a wide selection of authentic Native American Indian pottery from the Southwest: Acoma pottery, Jemez pottery, Hopi pottery, Zuni pottery, Zia pottery, San Ildefonso pottery, Navajo pottery and Santa Clara pottery.

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Hopi Pot by Preston Duwyenie-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Hopi Pot by Preston Duwyenie

$1,350.00

Size: 4" Tall x 8 1/2" WideHis Hopi name is Lomaiquilvaa--Carried in Beauty. This name was given to him after a relative had carried the sleeping boy home late at night following his initiation ceremony. How appropriate that name has become his hallmark. The world outside the Hopi Pueblo knows him as Preston Duwyenie: artist, teacher, father, ...


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Hopi Polychrome Pot with Red Mica Slip by Steven Lucas-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Hopi Polychrome Pot with Red Mica Slip by Steven Lucas

$990.00

Size: 4" Tall x 5" WideSteve Lucas is a member of the Nampeyo family, grandson of Rachel Namingha Nampeyo and brother of Karen Lucas. He is recognized as one of the premier Hopi potters of today for his outstanding and innovative art work.Steve signs his pottery with a hallmark of a mudhead, or koyemsi, along with an ear of corn for his great-g...


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Hopi Pot with Eagle Dancer by Harrison Jim-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Hopi Pot with Eagle Dancer by Harrison Jim

$900.00

Size: 5 3/8" Tall x 4" WideHarrison Jim learned to make pottery from his mother-in-law Joy "Frogwoman" Navasie. He often collaborated with Marianne Navasie on his pottery, Marrianne Navasie has sense deceased. His work combines carved designs with traditional Hopi imagery such as this beautifully carved Eagle Dancer. The two tadpoles on the back...


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