12.5' x 12.5" framed. "This ancient storage vessel, circa 1200 A.D., was made by the Salado people of the Tonto basin in eastern Arizona. Beautiful geometric designs covering its surface belie its utilitarian purpose. Usually set on a dirt floor, the bottoms were round, but corn husk rings allowed other placement." - Lisa Danielle
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