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Olla

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Object Number:
2010-27-1
Current Location:
Collections storage
Culture:
Pueblo
Jemez
Provenience:
New Mexico
Jemez Pueblo
Culture Area:
Southwest (Culture Area)
Maker:
Joshua Madalena
Date Made:
2009
Early Date:
2009
Late Date:
2009
Section:
American
Materials:
Ceramic
Pigment
Technique:
White On Black
Painted
Slipped
Description:
Jemez Black-on-White Revival Olla (pot). Jar/Canteen shape. made of local clays with a thin rag slip and carbon painted designs. Paint made from boiled Rocky Mt. beeweed (cleome) Pot fired in above ground kiln made expressly for the purpose. Body has striped pattern and interchanging circular and sun design. Vertical neck approximatley 3.5 cm. Rounded base approximately 9 cm diameter. Signed on bottom: '09 Paylusayu gingwawa, Jemez. Made by Joshua Madalena
Height:
16.5cm
Outside Diamater:
15cm
Credit Line:
Purchased from Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

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