Tucson Polychrome Jar

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Tucson Polychrome Jar


Replica Tucson Polychrome jar, 5 1/2″ x 5 1/2″. Authentically made using native clays and minerals, hand coiled and fired in an outdoor wood fire. See details below.

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This pot was inspired by the ancient Tucson Polychrome, it is not a replica of any specific pot. It was made 100% authentically to the Tucson Polychrome tradition using locally collected clays and minerals, formed using the coil and scrape method and then fired in an outdoor mesquite wood fire.


Tucson Polychrome was made in southeast Arizona and southwest New Mexico from 1300 to 1450. It was made a by people who immigrated into this area from the Kayenta region of northern Arizona. After 1450 nobody knows where these people went.


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