Old Hopi Indian Pot: ETHEL YOUVELLA Polacca AZ Native American Pottery For Sale
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Old Hopi Indian Pot: ETHEL YOUVELLA Polacca AZ Native American Pottery:
Offered for sale I have a wonderful Hopi Pot made by Ethel Youvella, Polacca AZ, The bit of information I have on thisNative Americanartist is that Ethel was aHopi-Tewa potter from First Mesa. She was a niece of famous Hopi-Tew potter Grace Chapella. Youvella specialized in making smaller pottery pieces. She was born in 1919 and passed in 2006. This wonderful pot measuresa little under4" tall and the opening is 4 1/2" wide and is signed on the bottom. "Ethel Youvella, Polacca, AZ". It is in good condition with no chips or cracks. Winning buyer pays $9.95 for shipping. Thanks for looking!
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