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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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18 Item(s)

  • Carmelita Dunlap Pot, POTCD2-2

    Regular Price:

    $5,400.00
    This is one of two pots that were made by master potter Carmelita Dunlap in the year 2000, just before she passed away. Carmelita was the daughter of Juanita and Romando Vigil. Her mother passed away when she was young, and she was raised by her aunts.
  • Carmelita Dunlap Pottery, CPOTGW8-1

    Regular Price:

    $5,400.00
    Carmelita Dunlap 1925-1999 was raised by the famous potter Maria Martinez in San Ildefonso Pueblo. During the Nixon administration she designated a National Treasure. This beautiful pot measures 10" inches high and 8 inches wide.
  • Carmeltia Dunlap Pottery, CPOTGW8-2

    Regular Price:

    $4,000.00
    Carmelita Dunlap 1925-1999 was raised by the famous potter Maria Martinez in San Ildefonso Pueblo. During the Nixon administration she designated a National Treasure. This beautiful pot measures 6.75" inches high and 7 inches wide.
  • Christina Naranjo, Santa Clara Pot, CPOTJC10-1

    Regular Price:

    $4,000.00
    This is an exquisite pot exquisitely made by Christina Naranjo 1892-1980 and Mary Cain. It is a beautiful piece made with the incised style of the Santa Clara Pueblo. It measures 7 1/2 inches by 9 inches.
  • Christina Naranjo, Santa Clara Pot, POTCN2-1

    Regular Price:

    $5,000.00
    Santa Clara pottery black on black pot with Avanyu by Christina Naranjo.
  • Hopi Pottery by Fannie Nampeyo, CPOTMBG13-08

    Regular Price:

    $30,000.00
    Pottery by the famous Hopi artist, Fannie Nampeyo (1904-1987).
  • Ida Sahmie Pottery, CPOTWEC12-12

    Regular Price:

    $7,500.00
    Ida Sahmie is a Navajo woman who married the son in law of Hopi potter Priscilla Nampeyo who taught her the art of Pottery. When she was growing up, her mother taught her to weave, so she had an artistic background. She often times uses Navajo Yei designs in her work. This pot meaures 8” x 12.5”.
  • Large Plate with cut edges by Carmelita Dunlap, CPJW6-1

    Regular Price:

    $4,500.00
    This large plate made by Carmelita Dunlap measures 14" across the diameter. It features intricate feather designs as well as geometric designs. The cut away patterns on the top of this plate make for a very difficult piece to create, and a very intricate
  • Lela and Luther Gutierrez, CPOTWB9-3

    Regular Price:

    $4,000.00
    This bowl was made by Lela and Luther Gutierrez, a famous mother and son team. This bowl is 4 inches tall and 6 inches wide.
  • Margaret Tafoya Pot, CPOTRMG12-8

    Regular Price:

    $5,000.00
    This is a wonderful pot made by Margaret Tafoya. The burnishing of the pot is beautiful and the shape is lovely. It measures 9 inches tall, 6 inches wide with a 4 inch opening.
  • Mark Tahbo and Mike Paveta Pottery CPOTWEC12-14

    Regular Price:

    $4,000.00
    Mark Tahbo and Mike Paveta, Hopi potters, both from famous families, combined their efforts to create this 5.5” x 11” Hopi pot. Mark is the great grandson of Grace Chapella and Mike is the son of Garnet Pavetea.
  • Polychrome Jar Navajo Pottery, Ida Sahmie, CPOTJOB15-01

    Regular Price:

    $4,000.00
    This beautiful pot is from the late 1990's and having it in your office or home will be one of your favorite pieces! 
  • Polychrome San Ildefonso Pot, Blue Corn, CPOTROM17-01

    Regular Price:

    $5,500.00
    The height of the pot measures 4" and measures 9 1/2" wide.
  • Russell Sanchez Pottery, CPOTWTC14-10

    Regular Price:

    $4,500.00
    San Ildefonso Pottery by Russell Sanchez, CPOTWTC14-10. Beautifully balanced piece with inlaid shell beads, stands 8 1/2 inches tall, and measures about 8 inches in diameter. Russell Sanchez is an award winning artist whose work is featured in many books and magazines. He is one of the best-known contemporary potters of the San Ildefonso Pueblo.
  • San Ildefonso Pottery by Russell Sanchez, CPOTWTC14-11

    Regular Price:

    $6,500.00
    San Ildefonso Pottery by Russell Sanchez, CPOTWTC14-11. Signed piece, made in 1990, measures 7 inches in diameter and stands 7 inches tall. Russell Sanchez is an award winning artist whose work is featured in many books and magazines. He is one of the best-known contemporary potters of the San Ildefonso Pueblo.
  • Santa Clara Pot by Camilio Tafoya, CPOTDW13-85

    Regular Price:

    $10,000.00
    Large Incised Santa Clara Pot by Camilio Tafoya, CPOTDW13-85. Measures 15 inches by 15 inches, repaired.
  • Storyteller Drummer by Helen Cordero, CPOTJAF14-27

    Regular Price:

    $5,000.00
    Drummer Figurine by Helen Cordero, CPOTJAF14-27. Helen Cordero of the Cochiti Pueblo on New Mexico (1915-1994) made the first Storyteller figurines in 1964. This one measures 5.5 inches tall and 3.25 inches wide and is signed by the artist.
  • Zuni pottery, CPOTMBG13-16

    Regular Price:

    $4,000.00
    Antique Zuni Deer Pot, CA 1920

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