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AN AMERICAN INDIAN LAGUNA/ ACOMA PUEBLO POLYCHROME JAR WITH UNIQUE DESIGNS(273 views)
Description: This creamy-white slipped pot, with concave base, rounded shoulder, and tapering neck, is painted black and dark-red with four stylized bird forms encircling two complex geometric capsules with hatched multi-diamond and triangle designs, and two arching multiple triangular devices connecting to central diamond with hatching.
Condition Report: Excellent condition with old water markings and evidence of native use around the base.
Notes: Origin in Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico.
Provenance: A Private Southern California Collection of Native American Art.
Dimensions: Height: approx. 7 in. (17.8 cm.); Diameter: approx. 8 in. (20.3 cm.).
Artist or Maker: Unknown early 20th Century Laguna Pueblo Artist.
Medium: Ceramic, pigments.