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...
A beautiful very detailed and finely painted Socorro Canteen ca. 1125 ad. This large example is in mint condition with great geometric designs. A fine, smooth surface. Totally intact large Canteens like this one are very rare and difficult to find. Socorro was responsible for some of the finest painted Pottery that exist. This example is 6.5"H X 6"W. No restoration or repaint. A "Certificate Of Authenticity, Release and Disclosure" Statement will be provided...
A stunning Jalisco standing male figure ca. 300 BCE to 300 CE. He has excellent paint & deposits. He is approx.: 19"tall X 10" wide from shoulder to shoulder X 4" thick. It is whole not broken. It has no restoration or paint touch up. I guarantee this item 100% full money back no question asked.
Tularosa Black on White Duck Effigy, ca 1175 to 1300 ad., it is in as found condition, no restoration or repaint, minor chipping on rim. It is 4.5"high X 6.5"long X 5"wide. 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
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
A wonderful Kayenta bowl, Ca. 950 - 1150 A.D.
This is a gorgeous Kayenta bowl, with an incredible complex design inside. One of the best Kayenta pieces we have ever seen. Intact, no restoration. Ex. Pickett collection. 7-1/2" by 4".
An early Chaco or Reserve mug/pitcher, Ca. 950 - 1175 A.D.
This small pitcher or mug has Chaco and Reserve influence. The straight spout and dimpled bottom point to Chaco. There is a checkerboard like pattern around the bottom and stripes on the spout. The design carries onto the handle. 5" by 5".
Coiled rattlesnake with projecting tongue of fine grained basalt. Likely used as a mortar for Ceremonial offerings. Old collector numbers present on bottom. Found legally on private property. Arizona. 7 1/4" diameter by 2" height.
An Anasazi Red Mesa pitcher, Ca. 1050 - 1175 A.D.
This little Red Mesa pitcher has design elements that show both Reserve and Snowflake influence. Very well executed designs and beautiful shape. 4" by 4".
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".
Large beautifully flaked transitional Paleo Sloan Dalton blade. Slightly fluted with indented base. Excellent condition. Found in Davis Creek, Lafayett Co., MO. Jackson and Motley COAs. 4" Length.
This is a Vintage Pacific Northwest Coast Rattle. Carved out of Red Cedar, it is hand painted black and white, with glass eyes attached with pins. The mouth is painted red. It depicts a Killer Whale or Orca with a wolf riding on his back. It is unpainted where you grip on to. It has a soft rattle when shaken. Whales are the central part of life of the Makah Culture. I believe this one is circa 1920- -40. There is a chip on one of the wolf's ear. I have seen another one very similar before...
Limestone pipe with two snakes consuming one other. This high level of Mississippian artistry is rare and truly "museum quality". A turn of the century lable states the pipe is from Kentucky. Measures 3 1/8" height.
A banded slate bar amulet with an exceeingly rare artistic depiction of a duck carved in relief. Detailed eyes, nostrils and body. The amulet drilled birdstone-like at both ends. Ex Payne Collection from the 1930's. Tom Davis COA Grade Ten (10). 4 3/4" length.
I currently have another beaded bag listed from the same artist. This is another 19th century Plains or Plateau, Native American Indian Beaded Flat Bag or Friendship Bag. Made by the same woman, it was to compliment a dance costume...