Hopi-Tewa Pottery Mudhead Vessel

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On the underside is written, in black pigment that is fired on, the word TEUWA.  Presumably this is a reference to it having been made by a Hopi-Tewa potter.This twentieth century Hopi-Tewa pottery dish was certainly made to entice a collector to make an impulsive purchase.  It was beautifully constructed and painted. On the underside is written, in black pigment that is fired on, the word TEUWA.  Presumably this is a reference to it having been made by a Hopi-Tewa potter.


Condition: this Hopi-Tewa Pottery Mudhead Vessel is in very good condition

Provenance: from a gentleman from Santa Fe

Recommended Reading: Modern Hopi Pottery by Kathryn A. Sikorski

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