Origin: Southern New Mexico
Age: Ca. 950 - 1250 A. D.
A group of 6 classic Mimbres black-on-white and red-on-white pottery sherds along with four intact arrowheads. The largest of the sherds measures 2 1/3” by 2”. The arrowheads are delicate “bird points” flaked from various local flint and quartzite. The longest is 1” in length The sherds and arrowheads
have recently been collected from a private ranch with the permission of the ranch owner and
are legal for private ownership under all current State and Federal Laws and a COA will be provided. This overall grouping provides an insight into the creative artistic genius of the ancients who inhabited the high desert arroyos and mesas of The American Southwest.