From: New Mexico | San Ildefonso Pueblo

Curatorial Section: American

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Native Name Olla
Object Number 46-22-1
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Pueblo | Tewa (Culture)
Provenience New Mexico | San Ildefonso Pueblo
Culture Area Southwest Culture Area
Section American
Materials Clay
Technique Polychrome

Globular body, concave neck, wide mouth.Orange-red bottom, red line. Design, red and black on white, two undulating serpents with arrowhead tongues; below the serpents, 4 horned animals and 2 birds, with 6 trees rising from black circumpheral line. Stars above serpents. On shoulder, band of triangles with dotted base. Below rim, band of rain, alternately red and black.

Height 26.7 cm
Outside Diameter 33.2 cm
Credit Line Gift of O. H. Perry Pepper, 1946
Other Number Polychrome; - Field No SF

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