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T0770
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Ancient Southwest pottery reached a pinnacle with the Sikyatki style with its exuberant color, meticulous polishing, and perfection of shape and decoration that distinguish the style from its antecedents. The bowl features a figure like a katsina, one of the Pueblo spirit beings who help to regulate the forces of nature, while the jar’s design may refer in part to a bird.
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diameter 14.875 in ; height 9 in
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