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Rayvin Nampeyo is a great grandson of Nampeyo of Hano, and spent many hours along with her brother James Garcia Nampeyo watching there grandmother Fannie Nampeyo making pottery. Both Rayvin and James have become accomplished Hopi-Tewa potters making traditional designs.

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Nampeyo, Rayvin – Jar with Rainbow Design

Rayvin Nampeyo (b. 1961) is a son of Leah Garcia Nampeyo, a grandson of Fannie Nampeyo and a great-grandson of Nampeyo of Hano. He is a brother of James Nampeyo.  This jar is from the 1990s.  It has a round shoulder and a short neck.  The jar is painted with four rainbow designs.  Each is detailed with Hopi-Tewa designs.  The top star design is stippled.  The jar has very light fire-clouds and it is signed on the bottom, “Rayvin Nampeyo”.  It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.


$ 275.00
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