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Native American Pottery80 of 400Can you assist with Pueblo Identification and Age of Pottery?  What is the effigy of?Osage Indian seed jar Ca.1790
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    Posted 4 years ago

    ho2cultcha
    (4812 items)

    i'm pretty sure these were for ceremonial use since there is very little wear on them. i've seen a bunch in the past and was happy to find this one today - from my friend in San Francisco. it's in beautiful condition!

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