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2 Prehistoric Salado Corrugated Bowls + Mogollon Jar
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Native American, Southwestern United States, Northwestern New Mexico, Chaco Canyon, Mogollon culture, ca. 1000 to 1150 CE; Central Arizona to the Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, Salado culture, ca. 1100 to 1200 CE. A set of 3 coil-and-scrape pottery vessels, each featuring finely corrugated exterior surfaces. A pair of bowls each have stable bases and tall walls pecked with thousands of petite corrugations, and each with a glossy black basin interior; the more petite is of the Reserve Plain Corrugated type and the larger is of the Reserve Indented Corrugated type. The largest jar exhibiting gray-white hues is of Mogollon origin - of the Chaco Reserve Indented Corrugated type - and features a piriform body with a pair of spiral-ended appliques surrounding the neck. Size of largest (Mogollon jar): 7.1" Diameter x 7.1" H (18 cm x 18 cm)

Provenance: ex-John B. Kendrick II collection, Denver, Colorado, USA, acquired 1965 to 1990; John B. Kendrick II was that son of John B. Kendrick, Wyoming governor and US senator

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PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm.

Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping.

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Condition
Mogollon jar has professional repair and restoration to areas of rim, and largest Salado bowl has professional repair to area of wall, both with resurfacing and overpainting along new material and break lines; smaller Salado bowl is intact and very good. Larger Salado bowl has one stable fissure to exterior walls and chips to rim. Mogollon jar has pitting, coarseness to surfaces, light encrustations, and minor fire-darkening to some exterior areas. Nice preservation to overall forms. Each vessel has an old inventory label on it.
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2 Prehistoric Salado Corrugated Bowls + Mogollon Jar

Estimate $1,800 - $2,500
Jun 29, 2022
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0055: 2 Prehistoric Salado Corrugated Bowls + Mogollon Jar

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Est. $1,800 - $2,500Starting Price $900
Art of the Americas: Ancient to Modern Day
Jun 29, 2022 12:00 PM EDT
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Lot 0055 Details

Description
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Native American, Southwestern United States, Northwestern New Mexico, Chaco Canyon, Mogollon culture, ca. 1000 to 1150 CE; Central Arizona to the Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, Salado culture, ca. 1100 to 1200 CE. A set of 3 coil-and-scrape pottery vessels, each featuring finely corrugated exterior surfaces. A pair of bowls each have stable bases and tall walls pecked with thousands of petite corrugations, and each with a glossy black basin interior; the more petite is of the Reserve Plain Corrugated type and the larger is of the Reserve Indented Corrugated type. The largest jar exhibiting gray-white hues is of Mogollon origin - of the Chaco Reserve Indented Corrugated type - and features a piriform body with a pair of spiral-ended appliques surrounding the neck. Size of largest (Mogollon jar): 7.1" Diameter x 7.1" H (18 cm x 18 cm)

Provenance: ex-John B. Kendrick II collection, Denver, Colorado, USA, acquired 1965 to 1990; John B. Kendrick II was that son of John B. Kendrick, Wyoming governor and US senator

All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back.

A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm.

Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping.

#172434
Condition
...
Mogollon jar has professional repair and restoration to areas of rim, and largest Salado bowl has professional repair to area of wall, both with resurfacing and overpainting along new material and break lines; smaller Salado bowl is intact and very good. Larger Salado bowl has one stable fissure to exterior walls and chips to rim. Mogollon jar has pitting, coarseness to surfaces, light encrustations, and minor fire-darkening to some exterior areas. Nice preservation to overall forms. Each vessel has an old inventory label on it.

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