Bidahochi Ploychrome- CA. 1320-1400

Bidahochi Polychrome is closely related to Jeddito Black-on- Yellow, originating around Bidahochi in the northeastern part of Arizona. It differs from Jeddito Black-on-Yellow in that the black designs, always geometric, are outlined in white. Jars are more common than bowls, but the type as a whole was not abundant.

Characteristics

Paste: Yellow
Temper: Fine sand
Surface: Smoothed
Forms: Bowls, jars and ladles
Design: Triangles and interlocking stepped motifs outlined with parallel lines, some of which are outlined with white


OLLA

5" high
Exchange, Field Museum, Chicago 
LMA 21038


OLLA (DETAIL)

5" high
Exchange, Field Museum, Chicago 
LMA 21038