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  1. Attached is a pot I bought in an antique shop years ago. The dealer thought it was from central America. Anyone have any ideas? Alabama's gallery has a pit fired pot with similar characteristics. It is a pit fired bowl with 3 legs and a roughly etched design. I bought it because I liked the primitive quality of the piece.
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