The Betty Johnston collection of exceptional pueblo pottery. Betty's passion was southwest pueblo pottery and she was our pottery expert for many wonderful years here at Garland's Navajo Rugs. Betty retired several years ago and has decided to sell some of her private collection. We are proud to offer this exciting collection of unique pottery that Betty loved so much.
Item #: C1759
A striking black on white Acoma bowl with a Mimbres inspired design by Barbara &...
Item #: C1769
A small Acoma canteen with a parrot design, signed LV (Laura Vallo) Circa: 1980's Size:...
Item #: C1749
An early Acoma pitcher with wonderful patina decorated with two large flowers. Circa: 1880's Size:...
Item #: C1752
A small early Hopi canteen with an eagle tail design Circa: 1900 Size: Ht. 5",...
Item #: C1751
A small Hopi canteen with a Butterfly Maiden motif Circa: 1940 Size: Ht. 4.5", Dia....
Item #: C1756
A beautiful corrugated red jar by Garnet Pavatea (1915 - 1981). Circa: 1975 Size: Ht....
Item #: C2123
This is a large classic Hopi Migration design by Leah Garcia Nampeyo (1928-1974). Leah is...
Item #: C1755
A rare larger Isleta jar with a checkerboard rim design and geometric center band. Circa:...
Item #: C1768
The deep rich red color of this canteen is amazing! Circa: 1986 Size: Ht....
Item #: C2122
This large pot is a beautiful example of turn of the 20th century Santa Clara...
Item #: C1740
A large classic Santo Domingo dough bowl. Circa: 1880 Size: Ht. 6.5", Dia. 12" Condition:...
Item #: C1747
A very interesting Trios pot with crazy birds. Two of the birds are positioned in...
Item #: C1763
A Zuni bowl decorated on the inside with three deer with heartlines and on the...