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Native American Pottery

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Mimbres bowl showing woman with parrot from Mogollon southern New Mexico at Millicent Rogers Museum. Native American Photos, Native American Pottery, Native American History, Ceramic Birds, Ceramic Pottery, Southern New Mexico, Southwest Art, Southwest Pottery, Pueblo Pottery

Mimbres bowl showing woman with parrot from Mogollon southern New Mexico at Millicent Rogers Museum. Taos, NM.

Mimbres bowl showing woman with parrot from Mogollon southern New Mexico at Millicent Rogers Museum. Taos, NM.

Ceramic Bowl, c. Native American Baskets, Native American Pottery, Native American Art, Southwest Pottery, Southwest Art, Ceramic Cafe, Ceramic Bowls, Indian Ceramics, Art History Major

Classic Mimbres Black-on-white bowl - DMA Collection Online

Ceramic Bowl, c. 1000-1150 AD - American Indian - Ceramic, Slips

at Princeton Art Museum / Twin figures and fish / Dimensions: 9 Wide x 12 Wide x 6 Deep, Mimbres culture. Native American Design, Native American Pottery, Southwestern Art, Southwest Pottery, Hand Built Pottery, Painted Pottery, Pueblo Pottery, Ceramic Fish, Pottery Designs

at Princeton Art Museum / Twin figures and fish / Dimensions: 9 13/16" Wide x 12 3/4" Wide x 6 5/16" Deep

Acoma (McCartys) Polychrome with Berries and Checkerboard American Indian Jewelry, American Indian Art, Native American Pottery, Native American Indians, Native Indian, Native Art, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Southwest Pottery

Acoma (McCartys) Polychrome with Berries and Checkerboard

This water jar is fascinating in many respects. It is classic McCartys in some respects with chained checkerboard diamonds in the neck and panels of berries framed in a negative leaf in around the mid-body. Two interesting elements: First, the artist had to fill in a small diamond with cross hatching in the neck. Second, just under the rim, there are connecting zig zag lines, possibly a failed initial design, ultimately painted over. The surface bears evidence of many years of service to the…