Santa Clara Miniature Sgraffito Pottery by Camilio ‘Sunflower’ Tafoya


Santa Clara Pueblo pottery artist, Camilio Sunflower Tafoya, father of Joseph Lonewolf, made this beautiful miniature red pot. The sgraffito design depicts hummingbirds flitting around flowers.  Camilio ‘Sunflower’ Tafoya (brother of Margaret Tafoya) is credited with the reintroduction of miniature pottery as fine art. The miniature pottery was made famous by Camilio Tafoya’s son, Joseph Lonewolf. Miniatures are now common in all Southwest Native American Indian pottery-producing areas. However, the descendants of Camilio ‘Sunflower’ Tafoya likely make the most of any pottery family group.

  • Artist: Camilio Sunflower Tafoya
  • Tribe: Santa Clara
  • Width: 1 7/8"
  • Height: 1"

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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:  Camilio Sunflower Tafoya 

Tribe:  Santa Clara 




Width:  1 7/8" 

Height:  1" 

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