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Catalog Number 1929-002-0707
Object Name Pottery
Description Native American pottery bowl with triangle protrusions on rim. A smoother and darker type of clay was used in construction of the side opposite the handle [damaged or missing pieces may have been replaced with a more contemporary substance; possible evidence of previous repair]. Very prominent temper. Cracks visible but filled in with a dark substance [clay?]. White paint found at the bottom of the bowl with "B-38" written in black ink.
Dimensions H-3.5 Dia-9.25 Cir-26 inches
People Native American
John Sutter