TYPE: Navajo Polychrome

(AKA Navajo Painted)

DATE: Circa A.D. 1750 to 1955 (Oppelt, 2002:37)

COMMON DESIGNS: Designs are usually like Gobernador Polychrome although they are usually poorly executed.

KEY DIFFERENCES: Paste color can be gray, pink, or orange, but usually buff or cream throughout without a carbon core. Gobernador usually has a carbon core.



1N Navajo Polychrome Bowl with a red painted rim.





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