Hopi Pottery by Amber Naha


This attractive little piece of Hopi pottery was made by artist, Amber Naha.   Amber comes from a very long family line of famous and award-winning Hopi pottery artists.  Amber is the daughter of Rainy Naha, niece to Burel Naha and Sylvia Naha Humphries, the granddaughter of the famous Helen Naha (Featherwoman) and great granddaughter of the famous and innovative pottery artist Paqua Naha (the first Frogwoman).  Amber Naha is learning traditional Hopi pottery making and the art of working with clay from her award-winning and highly regarded mother, Rainy.  She signs her work with the feather hallmark (as her family has since her grandmother, Helen Naha, was known as ‘Featherwoman’) along with her name, “Amber Rain Naha”, and the number ‘3’ indicating third generation of Featherwoman.   The designs on this piece are very reminiscent of those on her grandmother Helen Naha’s works.

  • Artist: Amber Naha
  • Tribe: Hopi
  • Width: 5 1/4" Diameter
  • Height: 3 1/2"

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Multi-Stone Inlay Pendant featuring Turquoise (Diamond-Shaped)


Multi-Stone Inlay Pendant with Turquoise!  This sterling silver diamond-shaped inlay pendant features an eye-catching color combination with finely inlaid Black Jade, Picture Jasper, and Turquoise stones.  Made by Native American (Navajo) jewelry artist,  Tim Charlie.

Artist:  Amber Naha 

Tribe:  Hopi 




Width:  5 1/4" Diameter 

Height:  3 1/2" 

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