Handmade Hopi Seed Pot
Experience the rich and timeless culture of the Hopi people through Fawn Navasie-Garcia's beautifully crafted handmade Hopi seed pot. The top of the pot is adorned with traditional designs that symbolize the importance of water in Hopi culture.
Fawn is an accomplished potter and has shown at several major venues throughout the Southwest. She has been featured at shows in Santa Fe, NM, the Heard Museum in Arizona, and elsewhere. She is included in Gregory Schaaf's "Hopi-Tewa Potters," Rick Dillingham's "Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery," and "Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni" by Hayes and Blom. She signs her pieces with her hallmark "Fawn" and hoof print.
The Hopi have always been outstanding weavers and artisans. They cultivated cotton to make cloth, which they traded with other Indian peoples as far south as Northern Mexico. The Hopi were experts at dyeing and embroidery. They have been refining the art of pottery-making for nearly a thousand years.
Handmade Hopi Seed Pot:
- Pot measures 3"H x 5.5" dia.
- Native American hand-coiled pottery.
- Crafted and accented with natural materials.
- Created by potter Fawn Navasie-Garcia.
- Handmade in the USA.
- Payment options are available.
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