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, Clay Lockett Collection - Pima Tray
Pima Tray

circa 1900
1.5 " x 7.625 "



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This piece is in excellent condition; there is very minor color fading near the rim. The coil count is 10 and the stitch count is 23, per inch. Includes a custom stand, which makes it 8" tall. Acquired from a private collection in Arizona. Ex H. Claiborne Lockett (1908-1984) collection. Purchased directly from the family. This is the first time this has been on the market. Clay Lockett was a former member of the Board of Trustees of the Museum of Northern Arizona from 1959-1971, purchasing agent for the Museum Shop from the time it opened in 1965, regular judge for Museum shows, appraiser of acquisitions, and one of MNA's most generous donors having given two major collections of Indian paintings, kachina dolls, rugs, jewelry, and pottery. Includes a biography of Mr. Lockett from the museum.

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