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Lot 0599
**Originally Listed At $350**

Native American, eastern Arizona, Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi), Jeddito Black-on-Yellow (sometimes Black-on-White), ca. 900 to 1100 CE. A steep-walled ceramic bowl, with a fascinating decoration originally painted black, which has now weathered to a red-brown, against a creamy white color. Thick and thin bands of pigment wrap around the interior and exterior, forming dramatic triangular forms on the exterior. In tondo is a more complex design of arrows and rings. This bowl was probably made by a woman, as ceramics were in many other ancient Southwestern cultures. This style of vessel was made primarly on Antelope Mesa and Third Mesa, in Hopi land. Size: 8.5" W x 4.05" H (21.6 cm x 10.3 cm)

Provenance: private Orange County, California, USA collection, acquired before 2000

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Repaired from approximately a dozen pieces. Some areas of overpaint, mainly around the repair lines. Light wear to original motifs with firing marks.

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Prehistoric Anasazi Jeddito Black-on-Yellow Bowl

Estimate $600 - $900
$2751 bid
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