Mesa Verde, Colorado, Southwest US, ca. 1100-1300 CE. This bowl, expertly created by the Anasazi artisans of Mesa Verde was found at the Bug Point Site on the Deloris River in Southwestern Colorado. This example is particularly striking for its star burst black on white design of diagonally set rectangles swirling toward the bottom of the bowl. These slanted rectangles symbolize lightning. Indeed the Anasazi worshiped spiritual figures representing many forces of nature...
POTTERY TYPE: Cedar Creek /Black on White
ORIGIN: White Mountain area of East Arizona
AGE: Ca. 1300 - 1325 A. D.
SIZE: 8 1/2” in height by 9” in diameter
DESCRIPTION: A beautifully coiled and fired olla. The shape is almost perfect...
ZUNI seed jar poly-chrome w/3 frogs and 3 butterflies ca 1890 to 1920 ad., it has 2 pressure cracks and a shard missing from rim, it is approx: 8-1/2"wide X 6-1/2"high. Please review pictures. Excellent for any collection. If you would like to make an offer please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
ZUNI OLLA poly-chrome ca 1890 to 1920 ad., this is a very old Zuni olla, it has 2 pressure cracks and very small chips on rim 1 large shard that has been re-glued due to pressure cracks, it is approx: 9"high X 10"wide. Please review pictures. Excellent for any collection. If you would like to make an offer please email me at email@example.com
ORIGIN: West Mexico
AGE: Ca. 300 B. C. - 400 A. D.
SIZE: 5 3/4" in height by 3" in width
DESCRIPTION: A solid molded pottery figure sitting in the classic Nayarit stance with legs akimbo. He has deeply incised eyes and mouth. He is wearing ear spools and a tightly fitting rounded cap. His arms are resting on his waist. Stripes of the original black pigment are still evident on his back...
CULTURE: Mimbres / Mangas phase
LOCATION: Southern New Mexico
AGE: 1025 A. D. - 1200 A.D.
A rare and fantastic Mimbres scoop measuring 7 1/4" in length by 3" in height. The design elements include two large avian motifs with wavy fine lines enclosed as well as four intertwined stylized serpents also enclosing wavy fine lines. There is a small raised nodule at one end of the scoop to help grasp the vessel for pouring...
Early Hopi canteen. Pinon pitch glaze deposits. Ca. 1800. 9" to end of spout, 8" across handles. 6" x 7" diameter body. 2 lb. 14 oz. A number of examples, mostly badly damaged, can be seen in the Hubbell Trading Post Museum collection. This example in superb condition, with only minor chips at lip of spout.
CULTURE: "MOUND BUILDER" / Louisiana
AGE: Middle Archaic / Ca. 1500 B. C.
SIZE: 6" in diameter by 3 1/2" in height...!0" from bird's head to end of tail.
This hard to find example is unlike most pieces from the period in that it is beautifully made as opposed to the "clunky" pieces often seen from the time. The bowl is thin walled and highly fired. The avian head is highly stylized. The exterior has two incised lines circling the outer section. A fine rare example of the type.
Stunning Anasazi "Snowflake" bowl, Ca. 1050 - 1175 A.D.
Gorgeous Snowflake bowl with classic checkerboard like design. This design most often shows up on pieces from around the Snowflake, AZ. area - therefore classified as Anasazi "Snowflake". Broken and glued with break lines restored. 8-1/4" by 3-3/4".
Amazing Anasazi/Black Mesa B/W bowl ca. 1000 ad. to 1150 ad., this bowl is intact with no restoration or repaint, it is approx. 9-1/2" wide X 5" high. This bowl was part of John Hail estate collection from Utah.
I guarantee this item 100% full money back no question asked. A "Certificate Of Authenticity, Release and Disclosure" Statement will be provided. IF YOU NEED MORE PICTURES OR YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BUYING OR MAKING A OFFER PLEASE EMAIL ME TIM JONES AT firstname.lastname@example.org
Anasazi / LITTLE COLORADO WHITEWARE, WALNUT BLACK-ON-WHITE room size Olla, this type is attributed to the LITTLE COLORADO WHITEWARE / Anasazi Culture and is dated to A.D.1100-1250. All Tusayan Whiteware types have vegetable paint, Vegetable paint often looks soft or watery so the edges are not as sharp as mineral paint, and are supposed to have light paste. All Little Colorado Whiteware types have vegetable paint...
Tularosa Black on White Duck Effigy, ca 1175 to 1300 ad., it is in as found condition, no restoration or repaint. There is a spot on the side that looks like it was a prehistoric repair, I was going to have it repainted in that area, but the restorer said it was original, this makes it very interesting. It is a large 5"high X 5.5"long X 4.5"wide. A "Certificate Of Authenticity, Release and Disclosure" Statement will be provided...
Hohokam very Large Bowl red on buff, ca. 950 to 1100 ad, Sacaton Phase. 15.5"wide X 4"high. Small amount of restoration approx: 1% to 3%. A "Certificate Of Authenticity, Release and Disclosure" Statement will be provided. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BUYING OR MAKING A OFFER PLEASE EMAIL ME TIM JONES AT email@example.com
This pitcher is a Tularosa / Mogollon / Cibola white ware from 1200 to 1300 ad, black on white pitcher with a double effigy handle (clay animal effigy handle with a human figure painted on it, all original) Tularosa is a time period of 100 years that was used by many different tribes from New Mexico to Arizona.
The first contact with Europeans brought with it small pot to the Hopi people of the mesa's and to make things even worst they experience the worst droughts they had experience at that time which made some flee and take refuge with and in the Zuni Pueblo's to the east of them, the refugees returned to the Hopi lands appro: 1700 ad, and they had adopted the Zuni polychrome style of pottery making from that point forward to approx: 1890 ad.
This canteen is appro: 1850 to 1890 ad...
Hohokam/Soho phase large red on buff bowl with flower design in bottom of bowl, cir 1125 to 1300 ad., extremely large for a bowl, it is approx.: 14" wide X 7" high, it is broken and glued with approx.: 1% professional restoration a 3/4" shard, it also comes with a custom made stand per the first picture. Release and disclosure will be provided.
A extra fine and rare Anasazi Mesa Verde Whiteware Kiva Jar found in four corners Area, this Attributed to the Anasazi/Mesa Verde Whiteware Culture and is Dated to approx: 1200-1300 A.D. This Example, Showing Super Nice & Bright Colors, and Detailed Designs that are Very Well Executed. It has been broken with 5% to 8% restoration. It measures a Huge 8.5" wide and 5.75" tall. A "Certificate Of Authenticity, Release and Disclosure" Statement will be provided...
Hohokam Sacaton Phase red on buff small Cauldron, ca. 950 to 1100 ad., it is 4"high X 6"wide, has about 10% restoration with paint touch up to original design. A "Certificate Of Authenticity, Release and Disclosure" Statement will be provided. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BUYING OR MAKING A OFFER PLEASE EMAIL ME TIM JONES AT firstname.lastname@example.org