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Native American Pottery103 of 389Black on Black Ceramic Bowl Can you assist with identification?  Pueblo? Age??
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    Posted 4 years ago

    stumpednge…
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    I am trying to find the origin of this clay pot. I believe it could be from South America. I picked this up at a thrift store in the north west about 10 years ago. I really know nothing else about it.
    I am currently at work so unable to give any dimension. I believe its about 8" tall and about 12" at bottom. Any assistance would be appreciate.

    Thank You.

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    1. CanyonRoad, 4 years ago
      Pamunkey pottery, from the Pamunkey Reservation in Virginia. Not widely known, since there are only about 100 tribal members today. That little band of stick-figure images seems to be one of the styles associated with their pottery.
    2. stumpedngeorgia, 4 years ago
      Thank You for your posting. I did look them up and saw two examples of stick figures, not quite like mine; I did not spend a lot of time looking. This is more than I knew before posting.
      Thanks so much for the info.

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