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Water jar with a prominent mid-body bulge and scalloped rim. Underbody is slipped red and separated visually from the body by two fine, dark brown lines. Mid-body and neck have sinuous leaf and parallelogram designs in dark brown on a white ground. The scalloped rim is dark brown. Inside neck is slipped orange, the rest is unslipped revealing a whitish body. White writing on side reads "2467," sticker on base reads "02.257.2467." Condition: Culin card says "broken." Breaks in large part of shoulder and neck have been repaired. This section is considerably dirtier than the rest. Slight paint losses and surface abrasions on the body.


"2467" in white pigment on piece.

Credit Line

Riggs Pueblo Pottery Fund

Item History

  • Made between 1868 and 1900

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