|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Provenience:||Mexico (Central America)|
|Culture Area:||Southwest (Culture Area)|
|Credit Line:||Exchange with Harold S. Gladwin, Gila Pueblo, 1934|
|Other Number:||03836 - Other Number|
Chihuahua Polychrome ware, cracked. Design in brown and red on buff is partly worn off. A globular jar with zonal decoration of oblique parallel lines and the scroll still showing. A pottery porjection above the rim, measuring 5 cm. high and 8 cm. wide, has a human face with lips, chin, eyes, nose, eyebrows and top of head piece in raised relief; red paint still adheres in spots on the face. The rim of the half of the orifice to which the projection is not attached has slightly thickened exterior.
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