Antique Cochiti Pottery Dish
Add this unusually shaped Antique Cochiti Pottery Dish to your collection! This shallow dish with a footed base comes from the early 20th century. The potter started with terracotta colored clay. He or she covered the top with a light colored slip and painted a floral design with black paint. The hole allows you to hang the dish for storage or display. The 3/4″ high raised base keeps it steady on a flat surface.
This Dish measures 6.25″ across at the widest point. It stands about 1.75″ tall. It does show some wear but structurally, this piece is in very good condition.
One of a Kind!
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