BAHTI INDIAN ARTS
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POTTERY & STORYTELLERS
Acomavase

An Acoma polychrome olla by David Antonio (b 1961) 5.75 inches high and 6.5 inches across. $120.

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A trio of wedding vases. From left to right: -Jemez polychrome 7 inches high, by Geraldine Sandia (b 1950) $105. - The Tewa carved blackware with an Avanyu (Water Serpenti) motif is by April Naranjo. 8.25 inches high. $275.
-A Jemez polychrome vase by Juanita Fragua with corn and raincloud motifs. 5.5 inches high. $105.

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<<This Santa Clara redware wedding vase is by Vickei Martinez Tafoya. With a water serpent motif (Avanyu) it stands 10 inches high. $675.

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By Ryan Roller, the great grandson of Margaret Tafoya. 4.25 inches high and 5.25 inches across. $600.

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Than Tsideh (Eric Fender) created this lovely redware vase, which stands 6 inches high. $600.

An elegant carved redware by Denise Chavarria of Santa Clara Pueblo. 5 inches high. $225.

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A wonderful storybowl by Clifford K Fragua of Jemez Pueblo. With six children, it measures 7 inches high and is $300. (Santa Fe)

<<This Acoma black on white geometric bowl was made by V Ortiz. 4.25 inches and high 5.75 inches across. $90.

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A spectacular Hopi polychrome wedding vase by Jean Sahmie Nampeyo who signed it with her Tewa name, Sak Honsee or Tobacco Flower. 12 inches high. $1600. (Tucson)

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Gloria Mahle made this beautiful, elegant vase. 5.6" $400. (Tucson)

A sgraffito style 'wedding vase' with corn and sun motifs on both sides. 8.25 inches high. By Ed and Dina Yepa. $220. (Tucson)

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All three sgraffito style bowls are by Elson and Dina Yepa of Jemez Pueblo. The middle one is 3 by 2 7/8 inches. Prices from left to right are: $80, $75 and $90 (Tucson)