Gene Quintana Fine Arts

Hopi

'"Peaceful ones... Hopeful"
The Hopi Indians have lived in Northwestern Arizona for thousands of years and possess some of the longest inhabited settlements in the U.S. dating back to 1100 A.D.

The Hopi are very skilled craftsmen of pottery and rugs. The pottery was formed with wet clay and buried under the sand until it dried. Hopi pottery is one of the most recognizable of all pottery making tribes out there because of its vivid colors and distinct hieroglyphics.
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A Hopi wicker tray decorated with a Kachina
Item#: 1645
Circa: 1920 Diameter: 12in
Category: Indian Baskets - Hopi
A Hopi Shalako Maiden Katsina
Item#: 1421
in the form of a flat wicker doll Circa: 1938 Height: 12in
Category: Indian Baskets - Hopi
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