Flagstaff Black-on-White Kiva Jar
This reproduction pottery was inspired by pottery found in Grand Canyon National Park, made by Ancestral Puebloan people, from a collection preserved by the Grand Canyon Association. The Ancestral pieces can be found in the Grand Canyon Museum Collection and some original pieces are currently hanging at the Desert view Watchtower.
Handcrafted by Designs by Anna
- Reproduction measures approximately: 2" tall x 3" across
- Lead-free, microwave & dishwasher safe
This Kiva Jar represents a Flagstaff Black-on-White style design. An Ancestral Puebloan pottery design made by the people of the Kayenta tradition. The design is characterized by rectilinear scrolls and opposed barbs. It is believed that Ancestral Puebloans used Kiva Jars to store special materials such as planting seeds, weaving and ritual supplies.