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    Posted 2 years ago

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    I know this is in bad shape, but if anyone can tell origins and approximate age that would be amazing. I’ve been looking at previous posts and have an idea now, but would like more info - thanks!!

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    Lucy M. Lewis Acoma Pottery Bowl/VASE
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    Native American, Hopi-Tewa Polacca polychrome water jar c.1940s NR
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    1. CanyonRoad, 2 years ago
      Hopi, from northern Arizona, early 20th century.
    2. rustbrothers rustbrothers, 2 years ago
      That 100% right Hopi Indian Native American Indian, Polacca Poly chrome Pottery Jar, 520. Description: A HOPI (POLACCA) POLY CHROME JAR c. 1870 clay that about what you have there
    3. CeeLove, 2 years ago
      Thank you so much CanyonRoad and rustbrothers!! It’s neat to know the general history :)
    4. Inness11, 2 years ago
      I have two, bowls with this motif. It was created by Nampeyo, Hopi, beetle symbol, what you have left is the front half of the beetle. Still, a fantastic piece of art and history.
    5. CeeLove, 2 years ago
      Wow! Thank you, Inness11! :)
    6. Inness11, 2 years ago
      not a problem, I stumbled upon this. The wear marks are part of the story, history, like with wood, gives it patina. My guess it got wet, possibly somewhere someone planted a plant in it, sad but could be true, and the organic paints wore off. Also, there were two almost mirror images that circled the pot. Enjoy it.

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