Cochiti Pueblo Early 20th Century Dough Bowl - Santo Domingo Influence
An early 20th century Cochiti Dough Bowl, the exterior painted with traditional Santo Domingo six-pointed star design, but the interior painted with floral design against a grey/white slip. Painted designs on the bowl interior is a Cochiti Pueblo tradition. Most likely executed by a Santo Domingo woman who married into Cochiti who brought her long established decorating style with her and added the Cochiti design characteristic. Normal wear along the rim for age of the bowl, one small exterior surface abrassion, scattered tiny spots, signs of usage. No chips, cracks or repairs. Measures 10 3/4" across in diameter by 4 3/8" deep.