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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 Polychrome Pottery, CPOTZK13-10

    Regular Price:

    $700.00
    Acoma Polychrome Pottery, CPOTZK13-10
  • Acoma Pot, POTDB4-3

    Regular Price:

    $795.00
    The Mimbres parrot design is a classic Acoma design. This is a fine piece that measures 9 inches tall and 9 inches in diameter.
  • Acoma Pottery Bowl by Lucy Lewis, CPOTHOW11-20

    Regular Price:

    $850.00
    Acoma Pottery Bowl by Lucy Lewis, CPOTHOW11-20. Measures 4.5 inches in diameter and stands 3 inches tall.
  • Clint Swink Pottery, COACS1665

    Regular Price:

    $750.00
    Mesa Verde black-on-white bowl. The original of this bowl was found in the Mug House ruin in Mesa Verde Park, Colorado in the late 1960's. The replica was made of clay from the area, Bee plant dye for the paint, and was fired in an outdoor Trench kiln.
  • Cochiti Basket Bowl, CPOTZK13-13

    Regular Price:

    $750.00
    Cochiti Basket Bowl, ca. 1960's. 9" H by 11" L.
  • Effigy Anasazi Replica, COACS1621

    Regular Price:

    $750.00
    Black Mesa black-on-white Bird Effigy replica pottery. The original for this beautiful replica, was found on Black Mesa, Arizona during coal mining mitigation work. The use was for bird effigy vessels is unknown.
  • Hopi Canteen by Jean Sahmie, CPOTJOB15-13

    Regular Price:

    $900.00
    Hopi Canteen by Jean Sahmie, CPOTJOB15-13. Kachina mother design, measures 6 1/2" in diameter and stands 5 1/2 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 Pueblo Nativity Pottery Set, Caroline Sando, POTCS15-02

    Regular Price:

    $900.00
    The nativity set measures 17" in length, 12" wide and 9 1/2" tall. The largest figurine measures 4" by 2 1/2".
  • Mesa Verde Bowl by Clint Swink, COACS1569

    Regular Price:

    $800.00
    Clint Swink uses native materials and processes to create archaeologically correct replicas of the work of the old Anasazi potters, this Mesa Verde bowl is a fine example of the work he is doing to make Anasazi pottery available. This piece measures 10.25
  • Pueblo Pottery, Zia, CPOTJOB16-13

    Regular Price:

    $950.00
    Marcellius and Elizabeth Medina have coiled and painted this Polychrome jar that features "The Butterfly Dance".
  • Red on Red San Ildefonso Pot, Cynthia Starflower, POTMOP16-02

    Regular Price:

    $750.00
    Bring this piece of pottery home with you to show your appreciation for traditional art work! 
  • Santa Clara Wedding Vase, CPOTMBG13-06

    Regular Price:

    $750.00
    Santa Clara Wedding Vase
  • Small Black San Ildefonso Bowl, Maria Poveka, CPOTLAT17-04

    Regular Price:

    $900.00
    This stunning pot will make a wonderful addition to your collection!
  • Small Jemez Pottery Nativity Set, Caroline Sando, POTCS15-03

    Regular Price:

    $700.00
    Jemez Pueblo pottery Nativity set by Caroline Sando. Includes willow manger 6 figures. Measures 12" long by 9" wide by 9" high.
  • Tesuque Pot, CPOTPBM13-81

    Regular Price:

    $700.00
    Tesuque pottery by Claudia Vigil.
  • Zia Canteen by Sofia Medina, CPOTJOB15-16

    Regular Price:

    $825.00
    Zia Canteen by Sofia Medina (1932-2010), CPOTJOB15-16. This piece measures 7 3/4" wide, 4" deep and stands 6 1/2" tall. Sofia Pino married into the Medina family in 1948. She and her husband Rafael (1929-1998) lived with his grandmother, Trinidad Medina, who taught Sofia the techniques of potting. Her mentor, Trinidad, was one of the most talented potters at Zia Pueblo and Sofia learned well and produced quality wares throughout her life.

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