Prehistoric Tularosa Bowl

Item: 301

Origin: Mimbres/Tularosa/Anasazi
Date: Prehistoric
Media: Clay
Dimensions: 4.5″ tall, 7.5″ diameter

Description:  This beautiful bowl with a corrugated design is unbroken and in original condition. The exterior has colors morphing from black to brown.  The exterior pattern is an oscillating diagonal design marching up and down all set over a fine ribbing that circulates the bowl.  The top rim is strong with no pattern for the top 3/8″ making for a clean band to finish off with. The interior is  jet back and with a smooth finish.

Condition:  There are cracks, one particularly long one that goes from the top to the base and across the base.  There are two, small rim chips. No restoration has taken place.

Provenance: From the collection of Dwight Lanmon, author of many books on Historic Pueblo pottery along with Francis Harlow.

Price: Sold

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