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    Posted 1 year ago

    Jade42
    (67 items)

    This is a recent Thrift purchase its a Native American Wedding Vase its approx. 8 in ht x 8 in wth....it has a slightly rough surface with a bit of a sparkle...I'm not completely sure but I think it is micaceous pottery from the Pueblo/Northern New Mexico

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    1. CanyonRoad, 1 year ago
      I think auto correct struck again. You may have meant "Taos Pueblo" rather than "the Pueblo." ("Pueblo" isn't the name of any particular tribe, there are 21 separate, independent, sovereign Indian tribes with "Pueblo" as part of their name, or who are considered puebloan tribes, 19 in New Mexico, plus the Hopi in Arizona, and Tiqua in Texas.)

      This does appear to be a traditionally-fired micaceous clay pot from Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. (But other pueblo tribes also used micaceous clay, as did the Navajo and Jicarilla Apache.)

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