From: New Mexico | Zuni Pueblo

Curatorial Section: American

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Object Number 41-18-1
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Pueblo | Zuni (uncertain)
Provenience New Mexico | Zuni Pueblo
Culture Area Southwest Culture Area
Period Historic
Date Made 1870-1900
Section American
Materials Clay
Technique Polacca Polychrome

Pottery. Oblong, with two large orifices and dividing septum. Each half almost square. Two large oblong holes in septum connecting vessels. Flat base, almost straight [slightly convex] sides with sharp corners. Sloping shoulders; one orifice round, other square. Painted dark brown on buff: geometric designs on shoulders, animals [deer] on sides. Carelessly shaped. Polacca Polychrome ca. 1870-1900 AD

Height 12 cm
Length 28 cm
Width 15 cm
Credit Line Gift of Margaretta S. Hinchman, 1941

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