Rare Anasazi Bidahochi Black on White Bowl (1320 AD) As Found No Reserve. Fort Knox Antiquities is very pleased to offer this Culture: Native American, Anasazi Bidahochi black on white bowl. Date: 1320 AD - 1400 AD Ultrafine line and bold black paint on a white slip. Bidahochi is a late Anasazi pottery type that was only made for about 70 years and is very rare and desirable. Remains in as found condition with a small rim chip as seen and a couple of stable hairline cracks that do not go through the bowl.
Collection acquired on private land in accordance with state and federal laws. We guarantee every piece as stated. The vessel measures 3.5 inches tall and 7.25 inches in diameter. Fort Knox Antiquities is a large free standing, 2200 square feet ancient art gallery located in the heart of down town Scottsdales gallery center.Fort Knox Antiquities has supplied collectors and museums around the world with thousands of artifacts for display. We have a huge amount of inventory available ranging from Pre-Columbian, Egyptian, Middle Eastern, Roman, pre-historic Native American, and Greek artifacts, not all are shown here. Antiquities are not just beautiful pieces of ancient art, but also a great investment as antiquity values continue to increase over the years. Hand formed, burnished, painted & low fired clay. Fort Knox antiquities operates a public art gallery located in Scottsdale, Arizona in the heart of the art gallery center.
Fort Knox Antiquities prides itself in dealing in only AUTHENTIC artifacts and antiquities. These pieces were acquired prior to the UNESCO Treaty.
The item "Rare Anasazi Bidahochi Black on White Bowl (1320 AD) As Found NO RESERVE" is in sale since Wednesday, July 20, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Pottery".
The seller is "fortknoxartifacts" and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide. collection from Private property