Lot 137    

Three Hopi Bowls
Special Collection:American Indian & Western Art
lot of 3
includes one Hopi bowl with geometrics along shoulder, height 3.25 in. x diameter 5.5 in.; PLUS another bowl of squat form decorated with feathers, height 2 in. x diameter 6.5 in.; AND a more contemporary bowl with feathers around body; signed Frieda Poleahla, height 3.5 in. x diameter 6 in.
first two bowls ca 1920, third bowl mid-20th century


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