This large and impressive corrugated olla is 10-1/4" tall by 10" wide. It is broken and glued with approx. 3 shards missing (as seen in the pics). An impressive display piece that is a great example of the coil and scrape method used by the ancients in pottery making.
Gorgeous Anasazi pitcher made in a duck body design, with fineline design over the entire body. The handle is an animal effigy body, with a very interesting stair-step design painted on. Broken and glued with professional restoration over the break lines. 7" by 6". Ex AZ. collection.
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".
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".
Anasazi cup with a light "glaze" to it. Very beautifully formed, with a nice lip all around. Has a very unusual design feature on the bottom. Around the bottom is a circle that has a "spirit break" in it. This is usually found on bowls. One small piece glued in the rim, else intact. 4-3/4" by 2-1/2".
Gorgeous basket, with fine weaving and great color inside and out. Ex. Atlanta auction company. 9" across by 5-1/2" tall.
Beautiful Cheyenne beaded design basket, with black, white, turquoise blue, red and yellow beads. From an Atlanta, Ga. collection. 6-1/2" by 6".
This corrugated jar stands 5-1/2" tall by 4" wide and shows signs of being well used. There is a piece glued back on the rim, with visible lines where the piece broke off. Ex. Pickett collection.