Tom Polacca Sgraffito designed Hopi pottery

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 29,2006
  • Channel: Online Auction
Hello this beautiful piece of Native American pottery was made by Hopi Master pottery make Tom Polacca ( 1935-2003 ). Tom Polacca son of famed Fannie Nampeyo and grandson of the legendary Nampeyo of HANO. Tom was internationally known for his intricate style of pottery making called SGRAFFITO. He introduced this style in 1974 and in doing so Tom added a fresh contemporary flair to his vessels, thus breaking away from the traditional Sikyatki inspired designs.Tom won numerous awards during his lifetime including First Place at the New Mexico State Fair as well as Best in Class. This Aholi inspired piece by Tom dates back to ( ca 2002) and measures 6 " by 9" tall. Vessel is crafted from all natural hand dug clay from the Mesa, also natural pigment slip used. I accept Money Orders, Checks ( which will take 3 to 4 days to clear bank ) and also PayPal. S/H will be $18.00 shipped priority mail same day payment is recieved. Insurance will be extra upon buyer request. international buyers must email me for their S/H charges. Auction must be resolved within 7 days after auction has ended. Have a happy and safe holiday season. I can be reached at ( .

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