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Catalog Number 72-61.22
Object Name Vase
Description Clay vase with three legs. Legs are white with black leaves or feathers. Vase has circle of designs, rectangle lines, wavy lines, steps, curls and waves in red, black, gray, and pink. Inside there is a label that reads " A half clad Mexican Indian living in his one room adobe hut, modelled it with his hands, designed the decoration as fancy dictated, and colored it with clay colors drawn from clay banks which abound in the vicinnity of Guadalajara, Mexico, and finally finished it, by rubbing it with a fine grained stone to produce the polished surface. There is no exact duplicate of this piece."
Collection Spurgeon Collection
Subjects Native Americans
Pottery making