Archival Pieces Pottery pg 1  
Item: POT129    *NEW*
Description: Glovers Cave Bottle - Acquired at the 2016 Nashville Show.  This bottle was recovered by Col. Raymond C. Vietzen at Glover's Cave in Todd County, Kentucky and picture in "The Saga of Glover's Cave" (1956), page 116, figure 100. Condition - slight lip restoration

 

Size: 6 1/8 (w) x 7 3/8 (t) inches
Price: $ Retired                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT123    *NEW*
Description: Early Casa Grande -

 

Size: 6 1/4 x 3 3/16 inches   CONDITION:  SOLID, minor rim damage
Price: $ SOLD               (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT128    *NEW*
Description: Caddo Seed Jar - This fine Caddo Seed Jar was found in Clark County, Arkansas on the Reynolds Site.  Well proportioned with very nice finish! Ex- Kevin Pipes

 

Size: 8 1/2 inches
Price: $ Retired                  (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT127    *NEW*
Description:  Very Nice Solid Compound Water Bottle - Here is a Very Fine Compound Water Bottle that was recovered in Arkansas.  It has nice fire markings and a smooth finish.  Ex- Ray Kilgore

 

Size: 7 x 7 1/8 inches
Price: $ Retired                  (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT120    *NEW*
Description: Beautifully Fire Marked Incised Caddo Water Bottle -  This nice Water Bottle was from Arkansas

 

Size: 9 1/8 x 6 1/2 inches       Condition: SOLID
Price: $ Retired                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT121    *NEW*
Description: Outstanding Mississippian Jardinière Style Pot - This fine Solid Jardiniere from Arkansas.

 

Size: 4 1/2 x 6 3/4  inches       Condition: SOLID
Price: $ Retired                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT122    *NEW*
Description:  

 

Size: 2 5/8 x 7/8 inches  CONDITION:  SOLID
Price: $ Retired by wife  (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT107                          
Description: Mississippian Pie Crust Bowl - A very nice gray Mississippian "Pie Crust" bowl found in Craighead County, Arkansas that will date to about 1000 B.C.  It has a label with the following info "IND-1266A   Mound Builders cat# 0054".  This nice gray is solid except for the two pieces near the rim.  I cannot find any glue showing, so I am not sure whether these have been glued back in or are just stress cracked.  A nice bowl with nice form and a pie crust rim.

 

Size: 3 3/4" T x 9 3/8" W
Condition: Solid with Two pieces along the rim in one place either stress cracked or glued back in.
Price: $ Retired                  (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT106                
Description: Engraved Caddo Friendship Bowl - Nice LARGE Friendship bowl.  It is was in several pieces and has been glued back with some restoration.  (see photos)  Shell tempered and dating to around 700 - 1200 A.D.  The Caddo Culture existed from around 400 AD to around 1500 AD and is generally divided into the Early, Middle, and Late Caddo.  This "Friendship" motif has been dated to the Middle Caddo Period.  Found in the early 1970's.

 

Size: 4" T x 10" W
Condition: Broken and glued with some restoration.
Price: $ SOLD                   Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: PT116    *NEW*
Description: Clay Pottery Disk - Some believe these to be unfinished Clay Gorgets.  The Caddo peoples DID make and engrave clay gorgets and most were then drilled for suspension.  As this one appears to have Ochre staining, they may also have been shallow paint pallets. Others suggest Water bottle caps, but I do not think that the "cupped" design would have been necessary for this.  Southeastern, KY

 

Size: 3 inches diameter x 7/16 inches deep
Price: $ SOLD                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT118    *NEW*
Description: Mississippian Human Effigy Vessels - Found on the Nodena Site, Mississippi County, Ark.  This is a Super Solid Pot.  Ex- John Padgett Collection, Ex- Richard Lyles Collection, Ex- Monty & Jewdy Pennington 

 

Size: 5 3/16 x 3 7/8 x 4 3/4 inches tall
Price: $ SOLD                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: PT117    *NEW*
Description: Mississippian Pottery Disk - Some believe these to be unfinished Clay Gorgets.  The Caddo peoples DID make and engrave clay gorgets and most were then drilled for suspension. They may also be shallow paint pallets.  Others suggest Water bottle caps, but I do not think that the "cupped" design would have been necessary for this. Southwestern, KY.

 

Size: 3 5/16 inches diameter x 1/2 inches deep
Price: $ SOLD                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT104 
Description: Miniature South West Paint Pot  - Hohokum - This is a very nice miniature that appears to be of "grit" or "limestone" temper.  It has been cracked and glued and has a small ding to the rim.  It has red pigment inside and out!  I bought this piece out of an Arkansas collection, but I have no exact provenance on it.  I have had Sam Johnson, Jeff Baker, AND Ken Partain look at it and the general consensus is that it is a Southwest Paint Pot..... most likely early Hohokum, which would place the period at around 1200 A.D.  A very NICE miniature and they are HARD to find!

 

Size: 1 1/4" T x 2 13/16" W
Condition: Cracked and glued with one rim ding.
Price: $ Re-tired to Jewdy's Miniatures  (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT110
Description: Long Neck Water Bottle - Found in Mississippi County, Arkansas by Jeff Baker.  Made of shell tempered pottery, it is a medium sized water bottle with a slightly flaring neck and a flat base.  Recovered from the "Wildy" site.  It is consistent with middle to late Mississippian period pieces dating from around 700 to 400 years B.P

 

Size: 7 1/2" T x 7" W
Condition: Excellent / Solid - Graded 10
Price: NOT FOR SALE          (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT109
Description: Miniature Effigy Bowl - Found in Poinsett County, Arkansas.  Effigy of a hooded or crested bird.  Made of shell tempered pottery. These miniature effigy's are hard to come by.

 

Size: 3" T x 5 1/2" W
Condition: Excellent / Solid Graded 9.5
Price: NOT FOR SALE         (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT111
Description: Banks Nodded Water Bottle - Found by R.W. "Dub" Lyerly at "Miller Mounds in Poinsett County, Arkansas.  It is a shell tempered pieces of medium size with a slightly flaring neck, round base, and 4 round nodes.  It is consistent with pieces from the middle Mississippian period from approx 750 to 500 years B.P

 

Size: 6 3/4" T x 7" W
Condition: Excellent / Solid - Graded 10
Price: NOT FOR SALE           (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT102                   SPECIAL
Description: Engraved Friendship Caddo Water Bottle - This nice Friendship water bottle has 6 sets of raised vertical ridges and nice engraving.  It will date to around 700 - 1200 A.D. and was found in Clark County, Arkansas.  The Caddo Culture existed from around 400 AD to around 1500 AD and is generally divided into the Early, Middle, and Late Caddo.  This "Friendship" motif has been dated to the Middle Caddo Period.  A Rarer type water bottle that was found in the early 1970's.

 

Size: 7 1/2" T x 6 1/4" W
Condition:  Restored collapsed Bottle (90% original)
Price: $ SOLD                   (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT115   *NEW*
Description: Miniature Strap Handle Pot - This is a nice strap handled pot that has one place on the bottom where the finished has flaked off probably due to moisture in the ground.  (see photos)  

 

Size: 2 1/8 inches in diameter x 1 1/4 inches tall
Price: $ SOLD                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT114   *NEW*
Description: Miniature Strap Handle Incised and Punctuated Pot w/ decorated Handles - This nice little pot has had three legs which were mostly lost anciently and it was salvaged to present form. (see photos)

 

Size: 3 5/16 inches in diameter x 2 3/8 inches tall
Price: $ SOLD                (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT103   SPECIAL - PRICED REDUCED
Description: Caddo Engraved Red Avery Jar - Circa 1200 - 1500 A.D.  Found in Clark County, Arkansas in 1978.  Very nice color and engraving.  A fine example of this type.  This is a fine red-ware Avery with nice engraving that has been cracked and glued and has only ONE small area of restoration. All the visible engraving is original.  (see photos).  IT was found in the late 70's.  It has a collectors tag with this info:  "TR-1978 - FX-92    1766-B   Rs". The Caddo Culture existed from around 400 AD to around 1500 AD and is generally divided into the Early, Middle, and Late Caddo. This Avery is from the Late Caddo Period. 

 

Size: 4" T x 5 5/8" W
Condition: Cracked and glued with one small place of restoration.  (see photo)
Price: $  SOLD                 (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT113   * NEW *
Description: Miniature Kentucky Pottery Trowel - This miniature Clay Pottery Trowel was found in Hickman County, Kentuck.  It has an "eared" handle and a few worn places around the toweling edge.  These "miniatures" are hard to come by.

 

Size: 2 1/4 x 2 1/8 x 2 inches tall
Condition: Solid with a little rough edges
Price: $ SOLD                   (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT112    * NEW *
Description: Miniature Kentucky Pottery Trowel - This miniature Clay Pottery Trowel was found in Hickman County, Kentucky by Robert Abbell.  It has the classic "eared" handle.  The toweling surface is nice and smooth.  These "miniatures" are hard to come by and being from KY makes it even more desirable.

 

Size: 2 1/16 x 2 x 1 3/4 inches tall
Condition: Solid and in excellent shape
Price: $ SOLD                   (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT105
Description: Hempstead Engraved Bowl - Circa 1200 - 1500 A.D.  Found in Ouachita County, ArkansasNice finish and engraving with only some surface restoration around the rim.  There is red pigment in and around the engraving.

 

Size: 4 1/8" T x 7 3/8" W
Condition: Solid with a little surface restoration around the rim.
Price: $ SOLD                  (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT101  SPECIAL - PRICED REDUCED
Description: Vertical Avenue Quapaw Polychrome Water Bottle - Found in Lee County, Arkansas.  This bottle is of shell tempered and from the "middle Quapaw" period from around 500 to 350 years B.P.  It is a medium sized water bottle with a short neck.  It has a slight pressure crack and a little paint retouch around the rim.  Comes with a Jeff Baker COA.  I have also had Sam Johnson and Ken Partain look at this fine Caddo Polychrome.

 

Size: 6 3/4" T x 6 1/4" wide
Condition: Good* Solid / one probe hole Graded 8.5
Price: $ SOLD                   (Click Here to View more Photos)
Item: POT108  KY / TN Piece
Description: KY or Tennessee Water Bottle -  This water bottle is mostly tan in color with some gray to charcoal fire marks.  It is marked " Mound on Bank of Reelfoot Lake Tenn-Ky MP35".  To me this makes it a Tennessee Pot, but the far North bank of Reelfoot is only 3/8 ths of a mile from the Kentucky Line, so I am not sure.  This water bottle has about 3 larger pieces that were broke out on one side and have been glued back.  There is also one 1/4" probe hole from the inside out, on the side of the bottom that has been repaired.  There is some restoration to the neck, that appears to be mostly re-enforcement where it was pieced back together.  It is a very nice water bottle from either Tennessee or Kentucky dating back to the 1960's.  Pots from "either" of these are harder to get.

 

Size: 6 1/2" T x 6 5/8" W
Condition: Cracked & glued with a little restoration around rim and some filler.
Price: $ SOLD                    (Click Here to View more Photos)
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