Native American / Woodlands Ash Burl Bowl

A very fine ash burl bowl of an unusual form (sort of a rounded rectangle). Masterfully hewn with a fine symmetry and an even wall thickness. The surface is highly complex with a dark patination—the wood specimen has a few natural inclusions, which the Woodlands makers preferred to leave untouched.

This bowl is pictured and discussed in NORTH AMERICAN BURL TREEN, page 132.

Provenance: Henry Ford Museum

Date: circa: 1780
Origin American - Great Lakes
Artist/Maker Unknown - American Indian
Measurements 16 3/4” x 13 3/4” x 4 1/4"
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