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Casas Grandes Pot Decorated with Three Birds - PF.0943
Origin: Casas Grandes, Mexico
Circa: 1160 AD to 1260 AD

Catalogue: V2
Collection: Pre-Columbian
Medium: Terracotta

Location: United States
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The three birds perched on the side of this exquisite vessel have plumage which is at one with the decorative geometry. The birds inch cautiously toward the rim, hoping to steal a peck at the pot's long vanished contents. A splendid example of Casas Grandes style, which brings abstract patterns together with a keen appreciation for nature. - (PF.0943)


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