Tarahumara Tesquino, Native, Pottery, Prehistoric Copper Canyon, Mexico, native, native: pottery, native: pottery: copper canyon, native: pottery: prehistoric, tarahamara
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Tarahumara tesquino

Item Number: P510


This Tarahamara is a vessel that was used to make corn beer in Copper Canyon, Mexico. Complete with blacksmith forged stand. Rawhide wrapped for stability. A much used piece. 21" D x 26" H

PERIOD: Late 19th Century

ORIGIN: Copper Canyon, Mexico

SIZE: 21" D x 26" H


PRICE $4,000

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