Handprint Hopi Pottery Bowls - 2 Designs

SKU: KH7163

Handprint Hopi Pottery Bowls are a wonderfully handmade and hand painted traditional bowl by Hopi potter Bernadette Poleahla. 

This beautiful pot has a handprint on the interior. This sign was used to proclaim "we were here" by the Native People as they migrated due to weather and for food throughout the southwest. The exterior of this bowl is painted with Hopi symbols for migration. The migration indicates the path we are on as individuals and collectively.

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.

Handprint Hopi Pottery Bowls:

  • Pot measures 2.25"H x 4" dia.
  • Pottery ring is included. 
  • Native American hand-coiled pottery.
  • Crafted and accented with natural materials.
  • Created by potter  Bernadette Poleahla.
  • Handmade in the USA. 
  • Payment options are available. 

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