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Bowl with frog decorative handles. Label Description: "Zuni Pueblo"- in pencil on bottom. Zuni pottery is similar to the Acoma style in texture and color, but instead of Indian designs they use animals that signify fertility.

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Bowl.

Further information can be found in the Harmon Collection information folder.

Old Accession Number: H-PT-UNKOWN-SWNAI-17.

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Saucer, tan with painted decorations. Flower in center of saucer. Label Description: "ZIA Pueblo P. HI".

Further information can be found in the Harmon Collection information folder.


Old Accession Number: H-PT-UNKNOWN-SWNAI-24.

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Small brown bowl. Label Description: "15" Zia Pueblo 1941- in ink on side.

Further information can be found in the Harmon Collection information folder.

Old Accession Number: H-PT-UNKNOWN-SWNAI-29.

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Bowl with painted decorations of bright colors. Label Description: "Tesuque Pueblo" ink on bottom.

Tesuque pottery was described as cheap and gaudy, made to appeal to tourists, they were also known for their distinctive clay Rain god. Both these…

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Small statue of a person with face paint (white dots connected in circles), holding a pot. Sitting statue.

Tesuque pottery was described as cheap and gaudy, made to appeal to tourists. The statue above is a distinctive clay Rain god, which the…

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Bowl.

Tesuque pottery was described as cheap and gaudy, made to appeal to tourists, they were also known for their distinctive clay Rain god. Both these statues and Tesuque pottery, like the bowl shown above, are decorated with water-soluble…

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Pot/ gold colored bowl. Label Description: "Taos- all the gold". Taos Pueblo 1941- in ink on side.

Taos Pueblo (like Picuris) is known for producing unpainted clay cooking ware flecked with mica.

Further information can be found in the Harmon…

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Dark brown ladle or scoop. Label Description: "Taos".

Taos Pueblo (like Picuris) is known for producing unpainted clay cooking ware flecked with mica.

Further information can be found in the Harmon Collection information folder.

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Gold Pitcher originating from the North American Southwest.

Taos Pueblo (like Picuris) is known for producing unpainted clay cooking ware flecked with mica.

Further information can be found in the Harmon Collection information folder.

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