Elizabeth Manygoats

The daughter of Betty Manygoats, Elizabeth Manygoats is also a Navajo potter from the Kayenta-Tonalea area. Most of her work falls in the "Navajo Folk Art" classification.

Ten pieces in a Navajo nativity set
Navajo nativity set with ten pieces
3 1/2 in H by 4 3/4 in Dia Measurement of the backdrop, the largest piece
Navajo nativity
One piece Navajo nativity
2 in H by 6 1/2 in Dia
Navajo Folk Art
Navajo Folk Art
4 in H by 6 in Dia
Jar with Navajo Folk Art
Navajo Folk Art
8 1/4 in H by 11 1/4 in Dia
Navajo yard scene inside a polychrome bowl
Polychrome bowl decorated with a Navajo yard scene inside
2 in H by 5 in Dia
American flag handles and a Navajo yard scene on a polychrome jar
Polychrome jar decorated with American flag handles and a Navajo yard scene
3 in H by 6 1/4 in Dia
Navajo yard scene on a polychrome wedding vase
Polychrome wedding vase decorated with a Navajo yard scene
5 in H by 3 1/2 in Dia
Navajo yard scene on a polychrome wedding vase
Polychrome wedding vase decorated with a Navajo yard scene
5 in H by 3 1/2 in Dia
7 pieces in a nativity set
Nativity set with seven pieces
3 3/4 in H by 4 1/2 in Dia
Measurement of largest piece
Navajo yard scene inside a brown bowl
Brown bowl decorated inside with a Navajo yard scene
1 1/3 in H by 6 in Dia
Navajo folk art jar with fire clouds and sheep, dog, horse and woman riding around on upper shoulder
Brown jar with fire clouds and formed horse, dog, sheep and woman riding around on upper shoulder
4 1/4 in H by 6 1/2 in Dia
7 pieces in a Nativity set
Nativity set containing seven pieces
3 3/4 in H by 4 3/4 in Dia
Measurement of largest piece
Pottery photos courtesy of Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery

Navajo Potters