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Native American Pottery156 of 390Two bowls made by a member of the Dagua family, Canelos, EcuadorNative vase
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    Posted 5 years ago

    Jimage
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    I would just like some information if anyone has it or has a clue as to how old or the worth of this bowl. It came from a private collection so I am only the third person to have it from the original person that found it a hundred years ago near Nebraska/Kansas on the Republican River.

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    1. melaniej melaniej, 5 years ago
      This will be a piece "CanyonRoad" chimes in on....
      Very interesting.
      Can you post a base shot?

      What amazes me about Native American Pottery is all the symbols and the meaning of it.

      so many online resources maybe you would like to send pic's and see if you can get some help with this piece.

      https://brucemuseum.org/site/about_us_detail/contact-us-staff-list
    2. antiquerose antiquerose, 5 years ago
      Oh CanyonRoad .....
    3. Jimage, 5 years ago
      Any help with age and tribe is appreciated.
    4. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 5 years ago
      CanyonRoad is our expert on these pots, he may have stepped away from the forum. If he sees this thread, he may drop a comment on here.

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