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Maker(s):Anonymous
Culture:Native American; Cochiti or Tesuque Pueblo
Title:Pitcher
Date Made:ca. 1900
Type:Container
Materials:stone-polished slipped clay with polychrome
Place Made:United States; New Mexico; Cochiti Pueblo or Tesuque Pueblo
Measurements:5 1/2 x 6 1/4 x 4 15/16 in.; 13.97 x 15.875 x 12.5413 cm
Accession Number:  SC 1984.35.26
Credit Line:Transfer from Smith College Science Center
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Description:
This black and white pitcher features a face and mouth as the spout, chevron motifs around the neck, a painted black handle with a zigzag pattern, and multiple tipis around the base of the vessel. Some red clay is exposed. AP2018

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pitchers

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