Gila Polychrome Jar (Tall Neck 1)

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Gila Polychrome Jar (Tall Neck 1)

$250.00

This is a replica of a prehistoric pottery type called “Gila Polychrome”. 5.5″ x 5.5″ 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 1300 and 1450 AD.

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This is a replica of a prehistoric pottery type called “Gila Polychrome”. 5.5″ x 5.5″ 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 1300 and 1450 AD.

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