Mimbres Canteen Necklace dwith beaded cord

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Mimbres Canteen Necklace dwith beaded cord
Item: JV-002-MIM2

This necklace  features a hand painted mimbres design on each side of the canteen.. The design is painted to resemble the ancient bowls the Mimbres are famous for.  It is painted in underglaze on the porcelain before firing and is glazed making it a very durable design that will be beautiful for many generations.
The canteen is sealed and suitable for holding your favorite essential oil or perfume.  The stopper is rubberized on the bottom so it seals.

From around 200 A.D. to about 1150 A.D. a group of farmers lived along the banks of the Mimbres river in southwestern New Mexico. Near the end of this time around 1000 to 1100 A.D. they began to make the beautiful black and white design pottery which they are known for. This pottery is distinctive in its intricate geometric designs with fine lines and stylized figures of animals, humans and bugs. After about 1150 A.D. their villages were abandoned and no more of their pottery is found.

Size:  1.75 inch diameter  2.5 inches tall including stopper with an additional 2" beaded fringe.  On a beaded 24 inch cord.
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