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Lot 164

Pair of Thornburg (Non-Native) - Mimbres Style Bowls with Rabbit Pictorials c. 1990s (P3714)

Estimate: $250 - $450

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$0 $10
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$2,000 $250
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$50,000 $5,000
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$200,000 $25,000
$500,000 $50,000

Pair of Thornburg (Non-Native) - Mimbres Style Bowls with Rabbit Pictorials c. 1990s. 

The large bowl is 4.25" x 8.75". The small bowl is 2.5" x 5".

Signed by the artist. 


Excellent to Very good condition: Each bowl has very minor signs of surface wear, and are in overall very good condition. 

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Acquired from a private collection in New York. The owner inherited this item from her parents were the owners of Th Many Horses Trading Company, located in Sonoita, Arizona for 21 years.