Pottery vessel - ROM2005_5736_1

ROM2005_5736_1

Pottery vessel

Maker: Iroquoian
Medium:Clay
Geography: Ontario, Canada
Date: 900-1300 AD
Period: Ontario Iroquoian (8/900-1600 AD)
Dimensions:
25.8 x 90.7 cm (circumference)
Object number: 980.286
Credit Line: Gift of John Lally
On view
Gallery Location:Daphne Cockwell Gallery dedicated to First Peoples art & culture
DescriptionThis large vessel is decorated around the rim and neck with stamped impressions. There are decorative bumps around the rim called bosses. These were made by pushing a stick from the inside of the pot to the outside. Sometimes fingerprint impressions appear on these bumps where the potter held the rim so that the stick would not break through the surface of the unfired pot.
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