The globular body of the pot rests upon a flat base. The swelling sides have a slightly angled shoulder; the body tapers toward a circular mouth. The exterior is painted in a traditional geometric line pattern of a repeating series of interlocking continuous lines arranged in contiguous triangles.

The globular body of the pot rests upon a flat base. The swelling sides have a slightly angled shoulder; the body tapers toward a circular mouth. The exterior is painted in a traditional geometric line pattern of a repeating series of interlocking continuous lines arranged in contiguous triangles.

Featured Image: Pot (USA), ca. 1950; Ceramist: Lucy Martin Lewis (American, ca. 1900–1992); hand-coiled earthenware, slip and mineral decoration; H x diam.: 9.4 x 11.1 cm (3 11/16 x 4 3/8 in.) diam. (at lip): 7.9 cm (3 1/8 in.); Gift of Mrs. Homer Kripke; 1980-21-6

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