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Native American (Mohawk Iroquois)
Tammy Tarbell (Native American (Iroquois culture, Mohawk), born in 1950)
Object Place: Syracuse, New York, United States
Overall: 10.8 cm (4 1/4 in.) Diam. (Overall): 9.5 cm (3 3/4 in.)
Medium or Technique
Not On View
Spherical-shaped, polished black body. Neck moves from the round to square with castellated rim. Outside neck is matte-black with incised lines. The inside is the reverse; neck polished and body matte.
On bottom: TARBELL
Given by an Onondaga Indian in the 1980s to Suzanne Greeley McLean, of Dewitt, New York; given to her daughter, Barbara McLean Ward, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 1985; to MFA, 1993, gift of Barbara McLean Ward.
Gift of Barbara McLean Ward in memory of Suzanne Greeley McLean