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Lot 0078
**Originally Listed At $250**

Native American, Southwestern USA, central Arizona to the Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, Salado Culture, ca. 1275 to 1450 CE. A beautiful ceramic seed jar, a diminutive vessel with its surface decorated with black-on-white slipped pigment in a jagged, repeated motif that looks like the lightning storms that mark the skies of the desert southwest during the rainy season. Size: 3.6" W x 2.7" H (9.1 cm x 6.9 cm)

Provenance: private Ventura County, California, USA collection

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Tiny stable crack on the rim. Area of wear to pattern on one side of body, and small loss on one side of rim. Nicely preserved motifs over much of the surface.

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Anasazi Roosevelt Black-on-White Pottery Seed Bowl

Estimate $500 - $700Mar 26, 2018
Louisville, CO, USA