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Pottery

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 Pot by Rose Chino, CPOTCL13-01

    Regular Price:

    $1,500.00
    Acoma Pottery, CPOTCL13-01. Rose Chino Garcia (1928-2000) was an accomplished from the Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico. This pot has a beautifully detailed lizard design and measures 4 5/8" by 5 5/8".
  • Acoma Pot, CPOTKV9-4

    Regular Price:

    $1,800.00
    This pot is a wonderful example of Acoma pottery. The geometric designs on this pot organic and wonderfully placed. It measures 8 1/2 inches by 11 inches.
  • Acoma Pueblo Pot, POTLL2-1

    Regular Price:

    $1,750.00
    Acoma Pueblo potter Lucy Martin Lewis is one of the most famous potters in southwest history. She was an active potter from 1920-1990 and was responsible for Anasazi revival black-on-white and traditional polychrome ollas, jars, bowls, vases, pitchers, canteens and figures.
  • Camilio Sunflower Tafoya Pottery, CPOTWTC14-21

    Regular Price:

    $1,500.00
    Santa Clara Seed Pot by Camilio Sunflower Tafoya (1902-1995), CPOTWTC14-21. Beautiful redware piece, measures 3 3/4 inches in diameter and stands 2 3/4 inches tall.
  • Cochiti Bowl, CPOTWEC12-8

    Regular Price:

    $1,800.00
    This uniquely shaped 7” x 9” Cochiti bowl is unsigned and has traditional designs painted both inside and out. It is a fine and different example of small Cochiti work that is sure to stand out in any collection.
  • Deer Effigy Replica Pottery created by Vernon Crites, CPOTVC13-09

    Regular Price:

    $1,995.00
    Reproduction Deer Effigy created in the style of pottery from the Mogollon Rim, AZ.
  • Hopi Bowl, CPOTMBG12-8

    Regular Price:

    $1,500.00
    This is a beautiful Norma Nayatewa Hopi bowl. It is a wonderful polychrome pot measuring 11 inches by 4 inches.
  • Jemez Pot, CPBM6-14

    Regular Price:

    $1,800.00
    Persingula Tosa has been creating pottery since the 1940s. She is the daughter of Lupe Romero, and has exhibited repeatedly at the Santa Fe Indian Market. She is also in numerous collections, including the Peabody Museum.
  • Maria Poveka, CPOTRMG12-6

    Regular Price:

    $1,650.00
    This pot was made circa 1960 by the famous and well known artist Maria Poveka. It has slight imperfections but overall the pot has her signature high shine. This pot measures 4 inches tall and 5 1/2 inches in diameter.
  • Namoki Pot, CPOTCHE12-1

    Regular Price:

    $1,500.00
    "And Justice For All" This is a beautiful pot made by Lawrence Namoki. This pot depicts hands reaching to the Sun god. It stands 5 inches by 4 1/2 inches.
  • Navajo Jar by Lorraine Williams, CPOTJOB15-11

    Regular Price:

    $1,500.00
    Navajo Jar by Lorraine Williams, CPOTJOB15-23. Traditional jar with yei figures and indentations, made in 1994. Measures 8 1/4 inches in diameter and stands 9 inches tall.
  • Polished Plainware Bowl, Maria Poveka, CPOTBUC16-01

    Regular Price:

    $1,800.00
    A gorgeous pot like this will make a wonderful addition to any collection! 
  • Santo Domingo Pottery, ca 1960, CPOTMBG13-03

    Regular Price:

    $1,500.00
    Santo Domingo pottery from ca 1960.
  • Tularosa Black and White Olla, COACS548

    Regular Price:

    $1,500.00
    Replica of a black on white olla by Clint Swink.

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