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4 Pcs Hopi & Acoma Pueblo Pottery, all Signed

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Lot 0113 Details

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Acoma bowl signed L Gunn measures 5-3/4" diam. Hopi bowl signed A.J. Honie with flake across bottom affecting signature measures 4-1/4" diam. Acoma vase signed B. Ramirez measures 2-5/8" high. Miniature pot signed illegibly measures 1-7/8" high.
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4 Pcs Hopi & Acoma Pueblo Pottery, all Signed

Estimate $100 - $200Jun 10, 2017
Starting Price $50
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