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Native American Pre AD 1000: item #1298062

Galleria Delvecchio


Lovely Haida horn spoon having a carved handle in totemic form with a long beaked bird head at the top, toothy zoomorphic bear head, in the center, and an eagle head at the bottom. Well carved with curved ladle spoon at base. A very minor tiny flake on the spoon edge, otherwise intact and in excellent condition. Measures 7 3/8” in length. Dates to the 1800's and from an American collection.

Native American Southwest, Midwest Pottery Bowl
Native American : Pottery Pre 1492: item #1202409

Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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Southwest or Midwest Pottery Bowl, USA. Red brown terracotta flared bowl. Mississippian Period, ca. 1200 - 1500 CE. Incised curvilinear frieze beneath rim. Some encrustation and roughness on lip, but otherwise in excellent condition. 4" high. Ex: Heritage Auction.

Native American, Mississippian Pottery Bowl
Native American : Pottery Pre 1492: item #1202408

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Mississippian Pottery Bowl, Southeast USA, circa 1200 - 1500 CE. Brown flared bowl with incised swirl patterns around body beneath grooved rim. Small chips on rim and light deposits, but in excellent condition. 6 3/4" D, 3 5/8" high. Ex: Heritage Auction Gallery. Mississippian culture, the last major prehistoric cultural development in North America, lasting from about ad 700 to the time of the arrival of the first European explorers. It spread over a great area of the Southeast and the... Click for details

Tularosa Red and Black Pottery Cooking Pot
Native American : Pottery Pre AD 1000: item #1182625

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Tularosa red on black cooking pot, New Mexico, Pueblo II Period, ca. 1000-1150 CE. Corrugated band around rim with patina and wear due to age and the function of cooking. Small hairline crack on one side, otherwise in excellent condition. 4 inches high.

Black Mesa, Black on White Duck Pitcher
Native American : Pottery Pre AD 1000: item #1182618

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Black Mesa, black on white duck pot, Pueblo II Period, ca. 900-1100 CE. Handle extending from neck to body. Painted in Anasazi Mineral-paint tradition. Found on private land near Camp Verde, Arizona. A rare and exciting piece, intact and in excellent condition. 4 1/2 inches high and 7 inches long. Designs of Black Mesa: bowl interiors and jar exteriors only; bowl bottoms undecorated; jar bottoms undecorated; rims unpainted; stripes and wide straight horizontal lines, rarely curved lines, large... Click for details






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