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.
A wonderful Anasazi pitcher, Ca. 1050 - 1175 A.D.
This superb Anasazi pitcher has a basketweave design and has an animal effigy handle. There is rim ticking around the top of the spout. 6" by 6".
This extremely rare 2 3/4" fishhook is made with the original metal barb and with the original cordage. Being such a perishable material, I have never seen another. It was found in the Pacific Northwest.
Antique Native American Indian Basket.
Woven Straw with Pattern.
15" long. 12" Opening Diameter.
Condition issues! Hole in bottom. Parts of rim are undone. Larges gap or tear is about 1/2" from rim.
Tribe Maker unknown.
Pueblo, Cochiti Pottery Figure of a Male with Hair Bun, New Mexico, ca. 1890. Some wear and chips to feet due to age as seen in images. Otherwise in very good condition. According to Bruce Shackelford of Antiques Roadshow, "these figures were made strictly to sell to the tourist...
This high quality reddish brown dovetail blade, made from a handsomely variegated Buffalo River Chert (RLK 10), was purchased on eBay by the current owner. Dating into the early Archaic, c.11,000 to 8,000 B.P, it measures 5 ¾” in length and 1 11/16” in width, was reportedly found in Humphreys County, Tennessee, and has been in the collections of Steve Wilbur and Paul Richter Sr...
This great pair of Paleo Clovis Points (RLK.7 and RLK.8), dating c.13,000 – 10,000 BP, was purchased by the current owner from the late Calvin Howard, known world-wide for his accuracy in artifact authentication. Measuring 3 7/16” and 3 13/16” in length, the writer grades both of the points at a 9+ grade with no significant chips or dings...
A rare mid to late 19th Century Native American Indian beadwork glengarry hat / cap in a less typical form and fully beaded. There are some slight losses but basically it is in excellent condition. It is quite a tricky thing to measure but it has a diameter of approximately 7.5" / 19cms across the opening.
Reddish brown sack mask to which are fastened three gourds, one on top and one over each ear, and painted reddish brown. Rag ruff. Kilt made from a woman's old dress. Body painted with red-brown clay. He carries a feather and a rattle. Koyemsi is the most common Hopi clown. He appears in Mixed Kachina Dances and sometimes a group of Koyemsi appear in a dance of their own. At First Mesa they are said to sing Zuni songs. Wooden rattle in right hand. Circa 1920. 9 1/4 inches in height.
Reddish brown sack mask to which are fastened three gourds, one on top and one over each ear, and painted reddish brown. Rag ruff. Kilt made from a woman's old dress. Body painted with red-brown clay. He carries a feather and a rattle. Koyemsi is the most common Hopi clown. He appears in Mixed Kachina Dances and sometimes a group of Koyemsi appear in a dance of their own. At First Mesa they are said to sing Zuni songs. Circa 1920. 9 1/4 inches in height.
Black case mask with diamond shaped eyes, mouth showing teeth, and a beard. Cloth or fur ruff. Breech clout, body covered with antelope, sheep, or goat skin, with hair on, red moccasins. Black horizontal stripes on lower legs and forearms. Carries bow in right hand, and a quiver full of arrows over left shoulder. Appears in ordinary kachina dances, in Mixed Kachina Dance, and separately as a warrior. He is supposed to have been derived from the Walapai Indians...
Beautiful and vibrant Anasazi Mesa Verde mug, Ca. 950 - 1150 A.D.
This wonderful Mesa Verde mug has vibrant paint and a stunning design. The opening is shaped into an oval like shape. This could have been deliberately shaped this way to make it pour a certain way, or it is possible it slumped in firing. The checkerboard like design is duplicated on the handle. From a California collection. 4-3/4" by 4-1/4".
Anasazi/Puerco black on white pitcher cir 1030 to 1150 ad, handle is intact, it is boken and reglued with no restoration, it is approx: 9.5" tall X 7.5" wide. A "Certificate Of Authenticity, Release and Disclosure" Statement will be provided. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BUYING PLEASE EMAIL ME TIM JONES AT email@example.com
Beautiful Anasazi Jeddito mug, Ca. 1050 - 1250 A.D.
This beautiful mug has several painted bands and rim ticking. 5-1/2" by 4".
A fantastic Northwest Coast basket, Ca. 1910 A.D.
Gorgeous basket, with fine weaving and great color inside and out. Ex. Atlanta auction company. 9" across by 5-1/2" tall.
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.
Anasazi Soap stone and Clay Bead Necklace, ca. 1250 ad. approx: 30" long if stretched out in a straight line, the red beads are clay(very rare) and the black stone is Az. soapstone. 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 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...