This is a Casas Grandes Culture polychrome decorated effigy pottery bowl, c. 800-1200 A.D. from Northern New Mexico. A large redware open bowl, bulbous body having abstract geometric decoration both inside and out to include elongated triangles, accented with two stylised human faces as handles to the side. The Casas Grandes’ culture was centred at Paquimé in what is now Chihuahua, Mexico. From the private collection of a German gentleman; acquired prior to 1982. The bowl has been repaired with a small piece missing, some wear to the paint but otherwise the artefact is in fine condition measuring 106mm tall x 210mm diameter across the handles.
Price: 110.00

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Pre Columbian Casas Grandes Pottery Bowl. NP Collectables
PC224 Pre Columbian Casas Grandes Pottery Bowl
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