Your Guide to Southwestern Native American Pottery
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"Papago Indian Filling the olla"
Whether you are an amateur or professional archaeologist, collector of fine art, or enthusiast, you will find informative answers and magnificent examples
of Prehistoric Native American Pottery.
There are so many potters in todays pueblos, it is very difficult to find information about all these wonderful artists. Here, we will have photos and personal information on many of the potters. This includes signatures & hallmarks!
Are you wanting to see rare pottery types that you never even knew existed?
Hohokam, Classic Period, Tanque Verde Phase, Saguaro Polychrome Sherd
1125 to 1450 A.D.
We are confident that even the most experienced archaeologists will see types or varieties
of prehistoric ceramics never before seen!
Anasazi Mesa Verde Whiteware Piedra Polychrome Bowl
750 to 900 A.D.
Would you like to know the difference between "look-alike" pottery types?
The bowl on the left was made by the Salado is called San Carlos Red-on-Brown,
while the plate on the right was made by the Hohokam and is called Tanque Verde red-on-Brown.
"Pueblo Indian Women Making Pottery"
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