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about the art

Jar

Date:Circa 1880

Place:Zuni/New Mexico/United States

Classification:Ceramic

Measurements:H. 11 1/2in. (29.2cm), Diam. 13 11/16in. (34.8cm) (STC measurement)

Medium:earthenware, white slip, pigments

Credit Line:Collected by James Stevenson. Gift of Women's Art Museum Association (received from U.S. National Museum in exchange for Rookwood Pottery)

Period:19th Century

Accession No:1885.48