Jeddito pottery bowl. 11th century.

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Jeddito Pottery bowl.
11th century.
Northern Arizona.
Hopi Mesas.
8.5” diameter x 4” tall
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This piece has been professionally restored and shows quite well. Originally collected in the 1960's.
Comes with provenance.

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“Probably no ware of Pueblo pottery is admired as much as Jeddito Yellow Ware. Not only are vessels of this ware conspicuous for beauty of form and for elaborate designs, but probably are admired as much for the clear, bright yellow tones of the vessel surface. Hargrave (1935, in Colton 1956) has suggested that the vessels of gold that lured the early Spanish explorers into the Southwest easily could have been pottery vessels of Jeddito Yellow Ware, as to natives who did not refine metals, “gold” might refer to color.”
~American Southwest Virtual Museum

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Jeddito Pottery bowl.
11th century.
Northern Arizona.
Hopi Mesas.
8.5” diameter x 4” tall

Probably no ware of Pueblo pottery is admired as much as Jeddito Ware.