OLD KUMEYAAY YUMAN INDIAN OLLA coiled clay California pottery photos pictures, rare antique painted ollas.
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Rare Kumeyaay polychrome olla clay pot relic found in the late 1900s in western Imperial County.

The dark areas along the cracks are original old antique Native repairs of some sort of natural adhesive, likely pinon piñon pitch (natural pine glue). The old Yuman pot likely was used for some time after its cracks were repaired.

Old painted Kumeyaay Indians painted pot artifact, pottery picture, vintage and rare Indigenous California Native American Kumeyaay Indians artifact (for the Native American poloychrome painting tribal designs on the pot).

KUMEYAAY POT: Imperial Valley College Desert Museum

features the modern Kumeyaay pottery art of the Yuman Indians of Southern California, Arizona, Mexico. Our extensive photography documentation of Native American pottery artist includes online picture catalogs of their traditional and contemporary clay pottery, including environmental portraits and biographies of the pottery artists. KUMEYAAY.INFO is currently building large, captioned photographic collections of rare and old antique ancient pottery artifacts for its on-line Indigenous People of California Pottery Museum.

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