This jug or pitcher measures 10 inches tall and 5 inches wide at the base. It came with a small lot of Native American artwork. It has a small leather cord around the neck with a bead attached.
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This looks like its from Central or South America, not as old as Pre-Columbian but probably made for the tourist trade
Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
A Central or South American earthenware pottery jug
Probably 19th Century
Of circular section with flaring lip, tall neck with single loop handle and ovoid body; with a worn dark patina overall.
10 inches high, 5 inches diameter
CONDITION: with wear
PROVENANCE: acquired at auction
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