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    Posted 13 years ago

    WendyO
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    This has been in our family for quite some time. I love it but have no idea of the origin. I believe it's Native American. About 5" tall--no markings. Clearly handmade. Does anyone have any ideas for me? I love it!

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    1. Bonnie, 13 years ago
      i live in Arizona. This does not look like Navajo, Zuni or other native American but I could be wrong. It almost looks Peruvian. Happy hunting. I do it all the time.
    2. leo, 13 years ago
      Roseville, Montacello pattern.
    3. WendyO, 13 years ago
      Thank you so much Leo! My husband and I were perplexed--You have solved my mystery! I just googled it for more info and now I know why it was so highly regarded.
      The most interesting part for me is the handwritten number on the bottom of the vase. I had looked at hundreds of times and could not figure out why someone would write on a pot. :) Now we know!

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