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Bell Plain Jar From Arkansas: Ex Kastner

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Americas: American Indian: Pottery: Pre 1492: item # 331605

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Bell Plain Jar From Arkansas: Ex Kastner

Measuring 6 in height and in overall very good condition, this wide-necked jar (CMK104) is from the collection of the late Mike Kastner of Denver, once owner and operator of the Primitive Folk Art Laboratory. Identified as a Bell Plain style from the Mississippian group and dating c.1000-1600AD, the jar is from Arkansas. In addition to a couple of small rim chips, the neck of the jar may have had a light amount of expert restoration (for which Mike was known), but its very difficult see or to be sure. The jar comes with a small display card.

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