Cliff Polychrome Bowl

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Cliff Polychrome Bowl


Replica Cliff Polychrome bowl, 8″ x 5″. Authentically made using native clays and minerals, hand coiled and fired in an outdoor wood fire. See details below.

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This is a replica of a prehistoric pottery type called “Cliff Polychrome”. It was made using hand collected clays and organic paint from Arizona, formed using the traditional coil and scrape method and was fired outside in a open, surface fire.


Cliff Polychrome is a type of “Salado Polychrome” that was made in central and southeast Arizona and southwest New Mexico between 1350 and 1450 AD. See the firing and some discussion of the outcome related to this pot in the video below.



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