Early 20th Century pottery jar from San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico is hand coiled native clay,
Cochiti rag wiped slip, painted with red slip and black bee plant, pit fired.
Before Maria Martinez made black on black pottery famous.
Great ethnographic look, there is a small chip on the rim, two paint drips that are original to the pot and crazing from age.
Standing 10" tall by 11" across the shoulder, unsigned as is period correct.