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07/14/2020 03:56 AM
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(2) PIECES NEMADJI POTTERY ( SOUTH WESTERN)

Age: More than 20 years old.

Size: 4 Tall and 5 Tall

Composition: Ceramic

Rating: 8

Comments: This pair of Nemadji pottery pieces are made in the South Western portion of the USA and feature a nataive american bust as part of the bottom marking. They have striking orange and blue swirl patterns with tan base exteriors. The inside of the pots are plain but feature smooth glazed surfaces as opposed to the rough textured exterior. The shorter of the pots has two hairline cracks, one on the backside opposite the colorful design and one on the colored side. Both are very hard to see from the outside but are far more visible from the interior. The taller of the two has a chip / fleck on the top lip.

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