Large hand-coiled southwest indian redware pottery jar or
urn in a burnished polychrome burnt sienna and black hand-painted geometric patten. Illegibly marked. Maker attributed the Casas Grandes Native American Indians. Light wear with kiln mark and small rim chip.
This stately urn features interesting details throughout. A
weathered finish adds character and a sense of history to the look. Because it's made of Fiber Stone, a mix of sand and stones reinforced with a fiberglass backing, it's lighter in ...