Sinagua red slip Large room olla ca. 1100 ad., the Sinagua are not know for painting their pottery the majority are painted with red slip, but they have the most beautiful pottery shapes, please refer to pictures, the long transitioning neck with the awesome shape of the center body and then ending in the small extra curvature of the bottom, It is approx: 11-1/2"high X 14-1/4"wide. It has minimal restoration three or four very small shards located in center part of olla, the neck, rim and bottom are completely original. It sits perfectly it is extra beautiful in its design and will be a center piece for any collection. Shipping is going to be higher than normal cause it needs to be double boxed and the box is going to be a large box.
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