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Pottery

When you decorate your home with classic Indian pottery, you want to make sure you choose a gallery you can trust. With Toh-Atin Gallery, you can find amazing Hopi, Navajo, Zuni, and other Pueblo pottery in one location. In Durango, pottery by the best Pueblo artists can only be found at Toh-Atin. With over 60 years of experience in Native American art, we are nationally recognized for our quality merchandise. As founding members of the Indian Arts and Crafts Association and members of the Antique Tribal Arts Dealers Association, our expertise with classic Native American pottery and crafts make us a trusted gallery for customers all over the world. We are proud to be the finest Indian art gallery in the state of Colorado, and we take pride in helping our customers make their homes and offices unique and beautiful with the lovely pieces they choose from the selection we have to offer.




We know and work with the artists who supply the one-of-a-kind art and pottery in our gallery. You can feel comfortable that you are getting an authentic piece, made in the traditional manner with the artist's loving touch. Whether you are a collector of Native American pottery or you just want a piece to display in your home for your own enjoyment, we have many examples for you to select from and enjoy. In Durango, pottery from the Pueblo tribes can be purchased with confidence at Toh-Atin Gallery. For a unique addition to your home, let our gallery provide you with pottery you will love. Our friendly and expert staff looks forward to the opportunity to talk to you about this unique art form and help you to choose the perfect piece of art to add to your own decor.

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  • Acoma Pottery , CPOTMBG13-02

    Regular Price:

    $1,250.00
    Acoma pottery by Mildred Antonio
  • Edna Romero Pottery, CPOTWEC12-7

    Regular Price:

    $1,250.00
    Edna Romero comes from one of the best known and innovative Pueblo pottery families. She is the daughter of potter Rose Naranjo Her sisters Rina Swentzell, Tessie Naranjo, Tito Naranjo, Jody Folwell, Dolly Naranjo, Michael Naranjo and Nora Naranjo-Morse and her nieces and nephews Roxanne Swentzell, Jody Naranjo, Susan Folwell, Polly Rose Folwell, Dusty Naranjo and Forrest Naranjo are among the core of Santa Clara potters creating exciting new designs. Edna breaks from the Santa Clara tradition by using micaceous clay from the Taos Pueblo. This beautiful piece is 13” x 11”
  • Grace Chino Pottery, CPOTWEC12-15

    Regular Price:

    $1,400.00
    This piece is by Grace Chino the daughter of Acoma matriarch Marie Chino. Grace was active as a potter from the 50’s through 1994. It measures 6” x 7.5”
  • Hopi Canteen by Jean Sahmie, CPOTJOB15-14

    Regular Price:

    $1,450.00
    Hopi Canteen by Jean Sahmie, CPOTJOB15-14. Geometric design, measures 7 3/4 inches in diameter and 7 inches tall. Born in 1948, Jean Sahmie lives at First Mesa on the Hopi reservation in northern Arizona. A granddaughter of Nampeyo, she uses the cornstalk hallmark to sign her pottery, along with her Hopi-Tewa name Sak’ Honsee, which means Tobacco Flower Girl.
  • Jemez Pot, POTMEY6-1

    Regular Price:

    $1,200.00
    Sikyatki style melon swirl pot by Marcella Yepa.
  • Large Pueblo Pottery Nativity Set, Caroline Sando, POTCS15-01

    Regular Price:

    $1,100.00

    Jemez Pueblo pottery Nativity set by Caroline Sando. Includes willow manger and 9 figures. Measures 12" long by 9" wide by 9" high.

  • Pot, POTFC2-1

    Regular Price:

    $1,200.00
    Frances M. Chavarria actively made pottery from 1930 to 1970. She was the daughter of Cynthia Tafoya and wife of Antonio Chavarria. A number of her pots are in the Heard Museum collection in Phoenix Arizona.
  • Pottery, Hopi, CPOTJOP16-1

    Regular Price:

    $1,200.00
    Hopi pottery by Burel Naja with hallmark of Kachina Longhair and Feather. Measures 8 inches wide by 3 1/2 inches tall. 
  • Pottery, Laguna Pueblo, POTGP5-1

    Regular Price:

    $1,200.00
    Gladys Paquin has been making traditional polychrome pottery at Laguna Pueblo since 1980. Over the years she has won numerous awards for her pottery at Santa Fe Indian Market and other areas. She uses all natural materials for her clay paints.
  • Replica Pinedale Olla, CPOTVC13-06

    Regular Price:

    $1,200.00
    Replice Black on White, Pinedale design Olla by Vernon Crites.
  • San Ildefonso Pottry Plate, Maria Poveka, CPOTRMG12-5

    Regular Price:

    $1,100.00
    This polished plate will make a great addition to any collection! 
  • Santa Clara Pueblo Pottery by Harrison Begay Jr., CPOTCAA14-16

    Regular Price:

    $1,200.00
    Santa Clara Pueblo Pottery by Harrison Begay, Jr. , CPOTCAA14-16. This is an elegant and deeply carved piece in the unmistakable style of Harrison Begay. It measures 5.5 inches in height, 4 inches wide and 6 inches long.
  • Santa Clara Sqraffito Pot, CPOTDW13-47

    Regular Price:

    $1,000.00
    Camilio Tafoya pottery with Rabbit design.
  • Santo Domingo Pottery by Robert Tenorio, CPOTPBM13-80

    Regular Price:

    $1,000.00
    Santo Domingo Pottery by Robert Tenorio.
  • STORYTELLER, CPOTMER13-03

    Regular Price:

    $1,250.00
    Storyteller figure by Acoma artist Marilyn Henderson Ray.
  • Tosa-Jemez Pot, CPBM6-9

    Regular Price:

    $1,350.00
    Christina Tosa is the daughter of Anacita Chinana and Casimiro Toya. She has been actively potting since 1970. Her pots are signed C.Tosa.
  • Zuni Heartline Deer Jar Replica by Vernon Crites, CPOTVC13-02

    Regular Price:

    $1,000.00
    Zuni Heartline Deer Jar Replica by Vernon Crites, CPOTVC13-02. This detailed polychrome piece is based on the Zuni style of the late 1800's and early 1900's.

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