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Native American Indian Pottery Page

This page contains Native American Indian pottery items for sale in all of the various forms from the Prehistoric, Proto-historic and the Historic eras
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Item: Type: Painted Pueblo II Clay Bowl Provenance: Price
SDPO1 A somewhat "warped" Pueblo baked clay bowl having the most Recovered from a small Pueblo II Ruin having 4 rooms by R.F.Perkins 1,500.00
interesting "painted" geometric patterns on the Inside of the bowl. in 1939. This one comes with a very detailed map which pin-points the 1,200.00
Period: 900 to 1,150 A.D. location where this was recovered
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Item: Type: Mississippian Period Stem Pot Provenance: Price
SDPO2 A pretty nice and small Mississippian Period Clay Stem Pot which has some Recovered from the McDuffy Site and deaccessioned from the 300.00
damage, with 2 missing stems (photos 5, 7 and 8) as well as a couple of re-glued University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri by Jonathan Weiss. The
chips from the rim. (photo 3) Still, this one's in better condition than most that only reference to the McDuffy Site that I could find on the internet is
we've seen from this era and site. the McDuffy Site (3CG21) in Craighead County, Arkansas
Era: Mississippian Period - 600 A.D.to 800 A.D.
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Item: Type: Peruvian Warrior Head Effigy Provenance: Price
TSCPO10 A most unusual terra cotta "Warrior's Head" effigy showing the elongated skull shape caused by binding the head from Recovered from Lima, Peru, it comes from a very old 850.00
early childhood on. The base is flat, which would indicate that this one was a "stand-alone" item, to what purpose?... collection which has been privately held for many years  
I haven't a clue, but a response from one Peruvian gallery stated that the Incas often placed head effigies similar to this
one around their temples. The darker sections appear to be "tinted epoxy filler", the type used by museums when they
repair or restore items, and since I've never seen "normal" collectors use this restoration technique, it leads me to believe
that this item just might have been either in a museum or a gallery having staff knowledgeable in using this technique to
preserve delicate and fragile artifacts. It measures 3-1/4" high by 3" wide.
Link to view: Photo enlargement of the restored sections

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
EPPO1 A quite large red & brown Salado Reds earthenware bowl in excellent Recovered from a 950.00
condition and having a fired black interior. It measures 9-1/2" in large private ranch in  
diameter by 4-1/4" tall and has no chips nor surface cracks and is as Gila Co., AZ, offered
perfect as the last time it was used in bygone days. Ca. 1275 A.D. by the land owner
(full details to buyer)

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
EPPO2 A very exceptional red and black Gila Polychrome earthenware bowl Recovered from a 1200.00
having very nice off-white and black interior painted patterns. It has   large private ranch in  
only very slight scraping marks to it's rim and a single surface scrape on Gila Co., AZ, offered
the inside. Just an outstanding piece which measures 5-7/8" in diameter by the land owner
by 3-1/4" tall. Ca. 1350 A.D. (full details to buyer)

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
EPPO3 A very exceptional "Fourmile" red earthenware bowl having black and white  Recovered from a 600.00
painted rings and patterns on the outer rim and sides and a single painted black large private ranch in  
and white ring along the inner rim. It has a few surface nicks and some usage Gila Co., AZ, offered
scratching (on the inside's bottom) but is essentially intact as it was last used by the land owner
many moons ago. It measures 7" in diameter by 2-3/4" tall. Ca. 1350 A.D. (full details to buyer)

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
EPPO4 A SUPER, outstanding "Salado Reds" fired red earthenware bowl having a Recovered from a 950.00
black interior. It has NO surface chips nor cracks, and is as perfect as the large private ranch in
last time it was used many years ago. It also has a "dimpled" bottom which Gila Co., AZ, offered
appears as a slight hump on the inside bottom of the bowl. Just a GREAT by the land owner
piece in rare condition for the age. It measures 8-7/8" in diameter by 4" tall. (full details to buyer)
Ca. 1275 A.D.

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DIPO2 Ripley Bowl. 4-3/8" Diameter. From Upshur Co., TX 425.00
1200-1400 A.D.  Sam's COA
states, "Solid, Well Made" Sam Johnson COA

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DIPO4 This one is a SOLID TX Ripley Bowl.  Found in Morris Co., TX 1,550.00
7-1/2" Diameter, 5" height. No repair.
800 - 1200 A. D. Pretty color with a
strong design. Minor rim chips away
from perfect. Sam's COA reads "Solid,
Nice Color, Minor Rim Chips" Sam Johnson COA

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DIPO5 Simms Bowl. 8 1/4" Diameter, From Clark Co., AR 1,500.00
1200-1400 A.D. A Solid, Very
Thin and Superb artistic piece Sam Johnson COA

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DIPO6 An Early Redware Jar. Height: 6-1/16", From Pike Co., AR 1,000.00
600-800 A.D. An Early Caddo
having Minor Restoration Sam Johnson COA

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DIPO8 A Black Early Caddo Jar. Height: 4-3/8", Pike Co., AR 900.00
600-800 A.D. This is a Rare Black 
Pottery piece which has a Minor Pressure
Crack Sam Johnson COA

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DIPO9 A Nice Hodges Waterbottle, From Clark Co., AR 1,550.00
Height: 8 5/8", 800-1200 A.D. 
It has a Super design and only
minor repair Ex: Sam Johnson

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DIPO10 A very nice Stirrup Bottle. From Cross Co., AR 1,950.00
Height: 6-1/8", 1200-1400 A.D. 
"Minor Repair". Very collectible. Ex: Sam Johnson

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DIPO11 A simply super 7-1/4" tall by 4-1/2" Recovered in 2,800.00
wide G9 Belcher etched Waterbottle Clark County, AR
dating between 1200 and 1400 A.D.
It has a minor, stabilized pressure crack Johnson COA

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
TMPO12 Southeast / Midwest Painted Prehistoric  From an older collection, 225.00
Mississippian Pot measuring 4-1/2" x 2-3/4" provenance undocumented
high. Painted with a polychrome terracotta 
color. It has three chips to the rim and some
slight wear to inside bottom. Lots of patina
and soil adhesion help define this as an
ancient piece. Mississippian Culture... dates
approximately to AD 900 to AD 1600.

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MHPO1519 A nice Bird Effigy earthenware bowl from the  Recovered in Panama 225.00
Cocle' Culture, dating between 400-600 A.D. 110.00
Height: 2-1/4"
Diameter: 3-1/4"

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MHPO1520 A very attractive Human Effigy earthenware From the West Coast of Mexico 1600.00
bottle from the Hustecan Culture, dated 550.00
between 2600 - 2800 years old!
Height: 7-1/4"
Diameter: 4-3/4"

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MHPO1521 A very nice gourd-shaped earthenware From the West Coast 1800.00
water bottle from the Colima Culture, of Mexico 600.00
dating between 2200 and 2400 years old
Height: 4-1/2"
Diameter: 8"

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MHPO1524 An exceptional red earthenware ("Redware") From Nayarit, Mexico 650.00
Waterbottle from the Colima Culture, dating 300.00
between 2200 and 2400 years old.
Height: 2-11/16"
Diameter: 5-1/8"

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MHPO1525 A fairly nice and well used Plainware From the West Coast of Mexico 325.00
Bowl from the Colima Culture, dating 200.00
between 2200 and 2400 years old.
Height: 2-3/8"
Diameter: 4-1/2"

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MHPO1526 A nice "Horned" earthenware bowl from the  Recovered in Panama 250.00
Cocle' Culture, dating between 400-600 A.D. 120.00
Height: 1-3/4"
Diameter: 2-3/8"

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MHPO1527 A somewhat of a Plain Jane red Pedestal Base  From Columbia, South America 400.00
Bowl dating between 2400 and 2600 years old 150.00
Height: 2-1/4"
Diameter: 3-7/8"

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MHPO1529 A most interesting and quite archaic Incised  From Nayarit, Mexico 300.00
earthenware bowl from the Nayarit Culture 120.00
dated between 2200 and 2400 years old
Height: 1-9/16"
Diameter: 3-1/8"  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MHPO1530 A somewhat plain red earthenware Bird  From Nayarit, Mexico 275.00
Effigy Bowl from the Nayarit Culture dated 125.00
between 2200 and 2400 years old
Height: 1-5/8"
Diameter: 3-1/4" (head to head)

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MHPO1531 A nice earthenware Plainware Bowl From the West Coast of Mexico 300.00
from the Colima Culture dated 110.00
between 2200 and 2400 years old
Height: 2-3/8"
Diameter: 4-3/8"

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MHPO1532 A primitive Plainware Bowl from the From the West Coast of Mexico 225.00
Colima Culture dated between 2200 115.00
and 2400 years old
Height: 1-15/16"
Diameter: 4-5/16"

Item: Type: Fired Clay Idol/Effigy Provenance: Price
TSCBO4 A very unusual and VERY rare, nicely hand-shaped Anasazi fired clay anthropomorphic Recovered on a 3,500.00
Idol/Human female effigy figure dating between 900 A.D. to 1050 A.D. This rare item private ranch near
measures 5" high x 2-1/2" wide and is actually a very dark chocolate brown/charcoal Chaco Canyon, Arizona
black in color, although I greatly lightened up the photos to show it's detail. This is a one-
of-a-kind museum piece folks, the likes of which I've never seen offered for sale in this size Stermer COA  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
TBMPO3 An interesting group of 5 larger baked clay pottery shards  Found in SE Colorado 24.00
showing a nice variety of impressed patterns. I'm not a pottery  
expert but I would judge these to be pre-Anasazi era pieces

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
TBMPO5 Two very large and very old baked clay pottery   Found in SE Colorado 35.00
shards having very interesting inlaid patterns. The
top one is from the rim of a larger vessel and has
"dimples" around the edge of the rim.

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
TBMPO6 An interesting group of 4 baked clay pottery shards Found in SE Colorado 50.00
having very intricate patterns impressed and incised
into their outer surfaces. 3 of the pieces are from the
rims of larger pottery vessels. A great study group.

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