Footed Native American Elm Chalice
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I have seen only one related cup like this, similar in size with two legs and described as a mortar, which they might well be, for there is some wear to the bottoms of the bowls, but they would require light handling of the pestle. I term mine a chalice, for the worn carved motif at the top of each leg could be interpreted as a Dove of Peace, but somehow I do not think so. New England, Seventeenth to Eighteenth Centuries.
- Valley Ford, California
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- Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
- Width: 4.75 inches
- Height: 7 inches
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