Santo Domingo Pueblo Chili Bowl
- This typical Santo Domingo Pueblo chili bowl is of the size commonly used in the Pueblo on their feast days.
- It is a nice heavy utilitarian bowl with a typical Santo Domingo design.
- The top rim is painted black with a spirit break line.
- An evenly placed black and white repetitive design covers the top half of the bowl.
- It also has a spirit break in the bottom framing line.
- The entire exterior is heavily polished.
- Scratched into the bottom side of the bowl is what appears to be use graffiti rather than a maker’s signature.
- It reads AMTL SDP (Santo Domingo Pueblo).
- Bowls were often marked by their owner’s like Anglos using nail polish to mark Tupperware when taken to gatherings.
- The bowl is in good condition
- Measures 8 1/4″ in diameter x 3 1/4″ high.
- Native American Pueblo Pottery