Tularosa Black, White Pitcher
- Tularosa Black, White Pitcher
- Circa 1175 – 1300 A.D. Anasazi Pitcher With A Twisted Handle.
- The ornate geometric design is typical of this late pottery.
- It is considered the height of this Culture’s pottery decoration.
- The condition of the pottery piece is broken and re-glued with about 10% restoration.
- There has been no restoration to the handle or paint enhancement to the original design.
- The piece measures 7 1/4″ wide x 7 1/4″ high.
- Paperwork ascertaining legal collection accompanies the sale of the pot.
- The Anasazi were the prehistoric culture thriving in the upper Southwest area between 200 BC to the late 1300s AD.
- Therefore, the culture dissipated into the smaller bands that make up the Puebloan Nations.
- However, This does not include the Navajo or Apache.
- Native American Pueblo Pottery