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Great Tularosa Deer head duck effigy
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$1,500.00
Great Tularosa Deer head duck effigy
Great Tularosa Deer head duck effigyGreat Tularosa Deer head duck effigyGreat Tularosa Deer head duck effigy
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Ca. 1175 AD 1300 AD

Description: A great, near perfect example!! This great vessel is shaped in the form of a duck effigy with protruding deer or dog head handle. A great and rare form in near perfect condition. The Cibola White Wares are perhaps the most difficult to properly identify because they are widespread and vary only subtly in painted decoration. Furthermore, the "Cibola" range covers both Anasazi and Mogollon areas, being found in eastern Arizona and western New Mexico. Series distinctions allow us to separate types which are primarily Mogollon from those which are Anasazi. The White Mountain Series is the primary Mogollon sequence, to which we add the Socorro Series. Within the White Mountain Series, distinctions rest almost exclusively on differences in painted decoration. At the Starkweather Ruin, from which most of our Cibola White Ware pottery derives, there is tremendous variety within vessels which have in the past been categorized as either "Reserve" or "Tularosa". For these two types, we have created "styles" rather than reclassifying the vessels to a different type altogether. For example, a vessel which shows characteristics of Puerco Black-on-white has been termed "Reserve Black-on-White, Puerco Style". Those examples which were not found at the Starkweather Ruin are categorized under the original types. Material: The clay is white to dark gray Construction: Coiled-and-scraped Paint: Mineral-based on white slip Firing: Reducing atmosphere Forms: Bowls, jars, effigies, ladles, scoops, seed jars and canteens

Condition: Perfect save chip on dogs ear.

Dimension: Height: 5.5 inches & Diameter: 5.5 inches

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 02 December, 2011.
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