The 1876 Philadelphia Centennial brought about a uniquely American aesthetic, with industries producing objects that celebrated North American flora, fauna, and animals. There was also a particular interest in Native American imagery, which lasted through the early 20th century. Joseph Heinrich produced some of the most overt examples of these "American" objects, and his punch bowls featuring Indian heads and arrowheads are some of the best examples of this aesthetic.
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