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1st item: Hopi, Pueblo pot by Tonita Nampeyo in a geometric design with colors of sienna, brown and tan. Signed "Tonita Nampeyo" on base with drawing of corn in husk. There is a small repaired chip on rim but design is in overall good condition. 4" H x 4 1/4" Diameter. 2nd item: Jemez Indian Storyteller Pottery by Mary E Toya, Traditional storyteller pottery – a mother with 6 babies. Signed on the bottom by artist, ''Mary E Toya Jemez, NM.'' There is a chip on the left foot of the mother and there is some paint loss due to age wear. 3rd item: Isleta polychrome pot by Stella Teller, in a geometric design in brown on a cream background and with a beige rim. Signed on base "Stella Teller Isleta, N. Mexico". Very good condition. 3"H x 5" Diameter. (3 items). Provenance: Knoxville, Tennessee collection.