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Culture:Native American; Isleta Pueblo
Title:Ladle Saucer
Date Made:1900-1920
Materials:rag-slipped and decorated with polychrome, red underbody slip
Place Made:United States; New Mexico; Isleta Pueblo
Measurements:overall: 5 3/8 x 3 1/2 at bowl x 1 5/16 in.; 13.6525 x 8.89 x 3.3338 cm
Accession Number:  SC 1984.35.28
Credit Line:Transfer from Smith College Science Center

This ladle saucer, which depicts a newer style of Isleta pottery, is made out of red clay. The interior is painted white with an elaborate brown and orange flower motif. A brown line surrounds the top edge of the vessel. AP2018

cooking; dishes

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