Huge Hohokam Gila Shoulder Jar that was featured in the February 1974 edition of Arizona Highways (photographed by Jerry Jacka). This piece is 100% authentic and produced during the Sedentary Period (1100-1300AD) in Arizona. Found on a historic ranch in the 1930s, we believe this piece originally came from the Margaret Cross collection (Cross Trading Post, Phoenix, Arizona)
Due to how fragile this piece is, there may be additional shipping costs outside of the Pacific, Mountain, and Central Standard time zones. We are also welcome to provide local pickup.
Dimensions: Over 12 inches tall, 17 inches wide, 8 inch opening. This piece is a lot bigger than it looks! We will include a copy of the Arizona Highways issue it appeared in for free.