ACOMA POTTERY Pitcher, Polychrome Decoration, C1900

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Polychrome Pottery Pitcher.
Acoma Pueblo.
Circa 1900.

4.5” tall x 5” x 4”

Buff color clay with polychrome decoration in terra cotta orange and manganese iron brown.
Zigzag and Floral motifs.
Some chipping at foot.
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This exquisite Acoma pottery pitcher features stunning polychrome decoration and dates back to the early 1900s. With its unique tribal affiliation to the Acoma people of the SW United States, this handmade piece is a true representation of Native American culture.
The intricate details and craftsmanship of this pitcher make it a must-have for any collector of Native American pottery. It was made in the United States, specifically for the purpose of being functional and decorative. This item is not modified in any way, and its authenticity is evident in every aspect of its design.