Native American Prehistoric Items


Prehistoric pottery began with simple mud dried containers from the latter part of Basket Maker II, and continued through pots of distinction in Pueblo III, a time span of ten centuries. Our Collection includes a wide range of pottery from the East as well as Hohokam, Chaco, Casas Grande, and Tularosa to drop a few names. The pottery is all from old collections purchased over the years from auction houses and private individuals. We do not purchase newly collected pots.

Featured Items:

Tularosa Tall Neck Handle Mug

Casas Grande Olla Redware

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