Anasazi Black, White Bowl
- Anasazi Black, White Bowl
- This Anasazi Reserve Prehistoric Bowl Dates 900 AD – 1200 AD.
- It is a black on white pouring bowl with the black being mineral pigment, most likely charcoal.
- The bowl was excavated in Springerville, Arizona.
- It has about 6% restoration which includes one chip on the rim.
- The pot is 10″ in diameter at its widest point x 4 1/2″ tall.
- Paperwork ascertaining legal collection accompanies the sale of the pot.
- The Anasazi made up the prevalent prehistoric Southwestern culture that thrived from about 200 bc to about 1400 ad.
- That banded off and became the Puebloans of the Southwest.
- Native American Pueblo Pottery