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With 4 design fields of prehistoric origin and gorgeous surface wear from use, this jar is a gem. There is a deep inner rim red band descending to jar’s flexure and incredible inner neck and rim finger impressions from final stages of jar’s formation. The design is complex, modern, and beautifully executed. No restoration. Inside and out a near perfect pueblo ceramic by a master potter whose name is lost to history, but her kindness in sharing her love and skill lives on.
|Location of Origin: North America|
|Medium/Materials: New Mexico clay with native and natural vegetal and mineral paints|
|Dimensions: 13.5 in. tall by 14 in. diameter|
|Primary Classification: Arts of the American West : Native American Pottery|
|Secondary Classification: African Artwork, Ethnographic & Tribal Arts : Native American Clothing and Antiques|
|Published in the important books Two Hundred Years of Historic Pueblo Pottery: The Gallegos Collection by Francis H. Harlow, Plate 28.|
|Provenance: Ex-collection, the Gallegos Collection|
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121 Mount Vernon, Boston, MA 02108 USA
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