Hohokam Helmet Bowl - NO RESTORATION AT ALL - measuring 6.25" across and 3" deep; Colonial Period c. The "Helmet Bowl" design produced by the Hohokam is considered to be one of the most beautiful shapes of all the prehistoric ceramic designs created in the the Southwest United States between 100AD and 1500AD.
There is a beautiful flair rim that flattens out and is quite thin. This bowl is broken into three pieces that have been glued together...... Amazingly 100% of the pieces are present. It was discovered between 1933 1935 by Leslie Vance on or near a private ranch in Queen Creek Arizona, 25 mile SE of Phoenix Arizona.
Specifically in the area just southwest of what is now Sossaman & Ocotillo roads, W1-2E1-2, Section 22. During the 1930s Vance accumulated a sizeable collection of Hohokam artifacts including ceramics, shell, and stone items. Upon Leslie Vances death collection passed to his son Richard Vance; upon Richard's passing in 1979 the collection was divided among the two sons (Leslie's grandsons) and Richard's wife.
I have, for 20 years, been a noted collector and later a respected dealer in prehistoric Native American pottery and artifacts. The item "6.25 x 3 Hohokam Helmet Bowl, c.
NO RESTORATION, Broken/Glued ANASAZI" is in sale since Monday, September 05, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Pottery".
The seller is "roncipolla" and is located in Fountain Hills, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.