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Dog Effigy Vessel - Colima (Artist) PERIOD 100 BC-AD 300 MEDIUM burnished earthenware	 (Ceramics)  H: 9 13/16 x L: 14 5/16 x W: 8 5/8 in. (25 x 36.3 x 21.9 cm) Mexico, Colima (Place of Origin)

Dog Effigy Vessel - Colima (Artist) PERIOD 100 BC-AD 300 MEDIUM burnished earthenware (Ceramics) H: 9 13/16 x L: 14 5/16 x W: 8 5/8 in. (25 x 36.3 x 21.9 cm) Mexico, Colima (Place of Origin)

Mayan human head effigy pot  Ca. 600-850 A.D, in the collections of Boston’s Museum of Fine Art

Mayan human head effigy pot Ca. 600-850 A.D, in the collections of Boston’s Museum of Fine Art

Nawtsititi, "Little Bear" traditional Caddo bear effigy pot handmade by Chase Kahwinhut Earles. Handdug clay and pitfired the old way.

Nawtsititi, "Little Bear" traditional Caddo bear effigy pot handmade by Chase Kahwinhut Earles. Handdug clay and pitfired the old way.

Head pots are considered to be the best of the best, and the rarest of the rare when it comes to Native American pottery by many collectors. Made during a short time period at the end of the Mississippian cultural period around 1300-1500 AD, the realism of the these effigy pots highlights how far the artistic ability of the Mississippians evolved.

Head pots are considered to be the best of the best, and the rarest of the rare when it comes to Native American pottery by many collectors. Made during a short time period at the end of the Mississippian cultural period around 1300-1500 AD, the realism of the these effigy pots highlights how far the artistic ability of the Mississippians evolved.

Wari (Huari) Culture Sculpted Vessel Representing Cameloid  --  Circa 800-1300  --  No further reference provided.

Wari (Huari) Culture Sculpted Vessel Representing Cameloid -- Circa 800-1300 -- No further reference provided.

Toltec Plumbate Head Effigy Vessel - Origin: Soconusco, Guatemala Circa: 550 AD to 950 AD Dimensions: 3 (7.6cm) high x 2.875 (7.3cm) wide Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Terracotta

Toltec Plumbate Head Effigy Vessel - Origin: Soconusco, Guatemala Circa: 550 AD to 950 AD Dimensions: 3 (7.6cm) high x 2.875 (7.3cm) wide Collection: Pre-Columbian Medium: Terracotta

Head pots are considered to be the best of the best, and the rarest of the rare when it comes to Native American pottery by many collectors. Made during a short time period at the end of the Mississippian cultural period around 1300-1500 AD, the realism of the these effigy pots highlights how far the artistic ability of the Mississippians evolved.

Head pots are considered to be the best of the best, and the rarest of the rare when it comes to Native American pottery by many collectors. Made during a short time period at the end of the Mississippian cultural period around 1300-1500 AD, the realism of the these effigy pots highlights how far the artistic ability of the Mississippians evolved.

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