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Zia Four Color Pot

c. 1890-1900 Unknown Artist
A Zia pot with a large bird and flowers painted in brown, red, and black.

Cochiti Polychrome Storage Jar

c. 1870 Unknown Artist
A brown Cochiti jar painted with a black design including leaves, a plant, and four birds.

Tumaco–La Tolita Head Fragment with Perforated Labret

100 BCE-500 CE (Inguapi II Phase-El Morro Phase) Unknown Artist
Ceramic human head wearing a helmet and ear spools.

Standing Chorrera Female Figure with Headdress

1300-500 BCE (Tabuchila Phase, Late Formative Period) Unknown Artist
Stylized ceramic standing female figure with short round shoulders and legs, a headress, and ear spools.

Zia Trios Polychrome Jar

c. 1810 Unknown Artist
A Zia jar with two bands of abstract geometric designs in black and rust.

Acoma Polychrome Jar

c. early 20th century Unknown Artist
Brown Acoma jar designed with black and white geometric patterns and a centered arch.

Casas Grandes (Paquimé) Bowl with Effigy Rabbit Heads

c. 1200 CE (Medio Period) Unknown Artist
Decorative ceramic bowl covered with complex, interlocking geometrical designs with two abstract rabbit heads on either side.

Zia Polychrome Olla

c. 1880 Unknown Artist
A Zia olla with an abstract design and two whirling log symbols painted in beige, brown, and black.