Age: 19th Century.
Origin: North America.
Description: Beautiful small square sized Native Indian pouch beaded on both sides with the Six Nations symbol.
Dimension: 7″ x 7″.
Product Code: TX2014
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.
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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...
Anasazi canteen with lugs, Ca. 950 - 1150 A.D.
This wonderful little canteen has two "wave" patterns around the body and a design around the top that is a ten pointed circle. Two intact lugs. Ex. AZ. collection. 5" by 4-1/2".
Rare and impressive glass bottle (Nootka or Makah, Northwest Coast)covered with a fine weave of twined bear grass over cedar bark. Solid bands alternating with open lattice work. Middle band with polychrome (aniline dyes) figures of whale and eagle, and on the other side hunting scene with boat and flying sea bird. 1890-1900 period. Almost 12" high. In excellent condition. This bottle may have had a lid at some point.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
A fantastic Anasazi Reserve pitcher with a dog head handle, Ca. 950 - 1175 A.D.
This beautiful little pitcher is intact, with great paint and a dog head handle. Has the "marriage symbol" design around the neck. 4-3/4" by 4-1/2".
Hopi Mosairu Buffalo Kachina
Usually wears face mask, painted green(First Mesa)or black (Second Mesa), with horns on side (First Mesa) or on top(Second Mesa), and a snout with teeth. Hair is black sheep skin with wool left on. Kilt, wedding sash, white trousers(formerly buckskin trousers), shirt, and red moccasins. Carries rattle and lightning stick. Appears in ordinary kachina dance.
An animated clown in motion with his hands raised above his head.
It's a variant of the Butterlfy Kachina from Jemez that went to Zuni before it reached the Hopi. Its name is Poli Sio Hemis. White and red case mask, tableta similar to Hemis Kachina except for the addition of a tube mouth. White kilt, sash, etc. White,red, and yellow body paint. Ordinary Kachina dance.
White and black eagle feathers painted on the tableta.
Width (shoulder to shoulder) :4.5''
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...
This is a Native American Indian NAVAJO Leather BELT with Buckle. The belt measures about 38 1/2" X 1 5/4" ( 98.2 cm X 5.7 cm ). The buckle may be made of silver or sterling silver and measures about 3" X 2" ( 7.7 cm X 5.1 cm ). The buckle depicts a bear and claws. The buckle has turquoise inlay. The back of the buckle reads ETSOSIE.
This is a Pre-Columbian MAYAN Fragment from Mexico, 300 - 900 A.D. It measures about 2 1/4" X 3/4" X 2" ( 5.7 cm X 1.9 cm X 5.1 cm ). The Mayan art of their Classic Era has high level of aesthetics and artisanal sophistication. Their paintings, carvings, and reliefs show grace and accurate observation of their life...
Anasazi Pitcher, Ca. 950 - 1250 A.D.
Gorgeous Anasazi pitcher with the classic "Tularosa swirl" around the bottom and a squared off swirl around the top and on the handle. Has some very minor rim chipping. 8" by 7".
Age: cir. 1200 AD.
Origin: Anasazi Culture, North America.
Description: The Anasazi culture was an sophisticated Native Indian civilization located in south-western USA. This beautiful bowl was among one of the artifacts uncovered. The bowl is decorated with black geometric designs on the outside and glazed with red on the inside. Dimensions: 8″w x 4″h
This is one of the finest Columbia River Gem Points known to exist. It may be the finest Gunther Barbed/Rogue River ever found. It is the largest example I have ever seen. It is a huge 2 3/4" long. It is made from the finest quality translucent moonstone white agate. It has beautiful patina. The tip and barbs are perfect, not even a spider bite anywhere on the piece. It is a G-10+. It was made by a master knapper. I purchased it in 1988. I have full provenance that goes to the buyer...