Jeddito Spattered Black-on-Yellow- CA. 1300-1625

Jeddito Spattered Black-on-Yellow is related to Jeddito Black-on-Yellow, which arose in the northeastern corner of Arizona. Jeddito Spattered is identical except that the design is created by spattering paint onto the bowl. These Jeddito wares are an ancestral form of Hopi yellow pottery. 

Characteristics

Paste: Yellow
Temper: Fine sand
Surface: Smoothed
Forms: Bowls
Design: Paint is stippled or spattered on the interior; rough, almost glyphic designs on exteriors.


BOWL

7-3/4" diameter
Gift of Helen-Margaret Greene
LMA 8404


BOWL (DETAIL)

7-3/4" diameter
Gift of Helen-Margaret Greene
LMA 8404


BOWL

7-3/4" diameter
Gift of Helen-Margaret Greene
LMA 8404