Here is a Chihuahuan Paquimé Pueblo, Mexico polished blackware utilitarian bowl vessel. This blackware pottery existed in the Medio period (1200-1450 CE) at the Chihuahua village known as Paquimé Pueblo. It is 99% complete, it has a couple small rim chips, but nothing of significance. It is in very good condition with no repairs. This polished blackware pot is typical in shape for Ramos jars. It has a rounded bottom and slightly rolled-out rim. There are two small protrusions at the rim, both of them with drilled holes that were intended for threading a string for hanging or carrying. It is pretty large measuring 5 inches tall X 6 1/4 inches wide. Really nice rare pre-Columbian piece of pottery and makes for a really fantastic display piece in the condition it is in. Please email any questions.
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