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Native American polychrome pottery jar by JoFern Silas Puffer (Hopi/Tewa and Laguna Pueblos) with allover traditional geometic designs and areas of sponge paint. Signed on the base "JoFern Puffer Hopi" on the base. 9 1/2"H. Biography: Jofern Puffer is part of the Tewa/Laguna, Kachina Clan. She is the daughter of Roberta Silas, sister of Lauann Silas and Antoinette Silas. She has been active in pottery making since 1990. Provenance: The Estate of Larry Casey, Jackson, Tennessee. CONDITION: Scattered areas of minute flaking to black paint, otherwise overall very good condition.