Date: Circa 1930
Media: Clay, slip
Dimensions: 5.25″ diameter, 3.75″ tall
Description: I’ve never see a dollar sign on a piece of Native pottery. This one has two of them, and elaborately conceived with four vertical strikes going through. the “S”. The bowl has an elegant shape with a good vertical reach. The slip is a wonderful mellowed creamy caramel color with variations to the background hues.
Condition: Condition is very good with surface wear. There is one very small chip on the rim. There are ink marks on the inside – like a scribble.