New Pottery Book - Hopi & Pueblo Tiles An Illus History
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Sold Date: 06/18/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
Now available for pre-order (should ship on or before June 18) is the new book Hopi & Pueblo Tiles: An Illustrated History by Kim & Pat Messier, forward by Barton Wright.This 88 page book includes over 100 full color illustrations. It examines in detail the fascinating origin of Hopi tiles in the 1880s (and New Mexico Pueblo tiles in the early 1900s), following the story up to the potters of the present day who are keeping the tradition of tile making alive and vibrant. Chapters include spotlights on Thomas Keam and Alexander Stephen, Fred Harvey Company, Nampeyo, the early San Ildefonso potters including Maria Martinez and Tonita Roybal, Sadie Adams and Lorna Lomakema, Darlene James, Jacob Koopee, Jason Garcia, Preston Duwyenie, Glendora Fragua and Elizabeth Manygoats.We are the authors and will sign your book before shipping, please let us know if you would like to have your copy personalized.$1.00 has been added to the actual shipping charges for USPS Priority Mail and Media Mail to cover the cost of a sturdy cardboard mailer. Contact us before payment for shipping discount for multiple copies. Please use eBay's Checkout feature to either send payment via PayPal or to advise other payment method. Payment must reach us within 7 calendar days of purchase. Buyer will pay actual shipping costs + $1.00 to cover cost of mailer, use Shipping Calculator to determine shipping charges to your zip code via Priority Mail or Media Mail. PLEASE no APO/FPO addresses without contacting us for appropriate shipping costs. PayPal or Money Order ships next trip to Post Office, we usually ship once a week on Monday or Tuesday (and sometimes Saturday). Personal checks will delay shipping 7-10 days. International bidders: Payment via PayPal only. Shipping via USPS Priority Mail International, please use Shipping Calculator.
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