Native American Tularosa Black on White Pottery Pitcher

(United States, 11th - 14th Century)

Native American Tularosa Black on White Pottery Pitcher
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Native American Tularosa Black on White Pottery Pitcher


Tularosa classic black on white pitcher with intricate zigzag designs, globular body and elongated neck, with figure of dog perched on shoulder of vessel with paws resting just below rim (example in Tony Galligos collection, Hernandez, NM). Dog has checkerboard pattern on back and painted eyes. Some wear due to age, otherwise in excellent condition.

DIAMETER: 7 in | HEIGHT: 7 in

Origin United States
Category Folk Art
Circa1100 - 1250 CE
Style Unspecified
ConditionVery good

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CONDITION: Some wear due to age & use

THB REF: 3844122717 DEALER REF: 1179679


"Tularosa Black-on-white was the successor to Anasazi Mineral paint black-on-white types and was found in much of west central, southwestern, and south central New Mexico. "