PreColumbian and Indian Artifacts by HDEnterprises

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To see current promotions or special pricing, type either the single word 'sale' or the single word 'offer' into the search link appearing on any page. And we have added two superb Clovis points and a superb Dovetail to the remaining RLK consignment, all great items you must take a look at (AND the consigner just reduced the prices on ALL!!). You can type 'RLK.' into one of our search links to see them!! If you enjoy Native American stone, you won't be disappointed....and you might get lucky before any more sell!

And more specials! Check our PBF items - heavily discounted!! All remaining MAB artifacts are being offered at an across the board 25% discount and FREE shipping on any DOMESTIC order of $500 or more. Enter WSG-1 to see a beautifully designed Moche gold piece. And finally, to start off the new year, all of the items in the Billy Branch (BB.) and Wendy Branch (WBJ.) Pre-Columbian, Native American, and jewelry collections are being offered at 25% off the listed prices, and domestic packaging and shipping costs will be included in the discounted prices.

Another for the New Year!! All of the MCH listings of Pre-historic Native American pottery are being offered with a 25% discount!!

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #432619 (stock #JHL.POT.D)
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This group of twelve individually priced prehistoric Indian pots (JHL6, 7, 17, 18, 19, 30, 41, 42, 48, 49, 52 and 65) are all from the estate of the late Gene Lang of Denver. Believed to be from the Williams Ranch collection, south of Quemado, New Mexico, Lang purchased the pots to restore them but was not able to complete the job. Most have been simply glued together with little restoration, and are usually missing a few shards...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #73283 (stock #GLC.538A)
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$4,750.00
The serrated edges along the rounded portions at the ends of the central design probably represent bird wings or feathers. Identified as a Mimbres Black-on-White bowl dating c.975-1150AD, and attributed to the Mogollon cultural horizon, the bowl (GLC538A) has been glued together with minor restoration (less than 5%). There is a small amount of reddish oxidation along the upper rim on the inside of part of the bowl that occurred during the original firing...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #430825 (stock #JHL.POT.A)
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This group of twelve individually priced prehistoric Indian pots (JHL73, 77, 80, 82, 83, 85, 86, 87, 89, 91, 93 and 100) are all from the estate of the late Gene Lang of Denver. Believed to be from the Williams Ranch collection, south of Quemado, New Mexico, Lang purchased the pots to restore them but was not able to complete the job. Most have been simply glued together with little restoration, and are usually missing a few shards...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #76624 (stock #GL.544)
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$850.00
A wide 14” in diameter, and relatively deep 5” make this bowl (GL544) pretty tough to put on a narrow shelf! From the collection of the late Gene Lang of Denver, he typed the bowl as a Gila Redware dating c.1300-1350+ and attributed it to the Salado group. Lang also did the restoration on this large piece, gluing it together and filling in and then painting the cracks. The interior of the bowl is burnished black (commonly called ‘smudged’)...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #75210 (stock #GL.644)
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$475.00
This attractive, 7 7/8” wide, corrugated bowl (GL644) has what is known as a ‘smudged’ interior, that is a burnished glistening black finish. From the estate of the late Gene Lang of Denver, this is one of many that Lang purchased from the Williams Ranch private collection south of Quemado, New Mexico...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #809714 (stock #RLK.5)
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$2,000.00
Though exhibiting a strong ‘polychrome’ appearance, this handsome, 7 ¼” tall, geometrically designed prehistoric Native American pot (RLK5) started off as a Mimbres black-on-white canteen dating c.975-1150AD, but when introduced into the ancient firing kiln, the black mineral paint oxidized resulting in the attractive brownish red variegations that appear in the contrasting black field...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #75211 (stock #GL.595)
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$3,800.00
The late Gene Lang of Denver, Colorado purchased this 9 7/8” wide prehistoric Indian bowl (GL595) from the Chris Robinson collection (I believe Gene told me that Robinson starred in one of the TV soaps). The bowl has been typed as a Mimbres Black-on-White dating c.975-1150AD and is attributed to the Mogollon cultural horizon. It has been glued together and has minor abrasion restoration...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #73195 (stock #GLC.506)
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$4,500.00
Doesn’t the squared dumbbell-like design framed in black in the center of this bowl (GLC506) look like a scowling face? Identified as a Tularosa Black-on-White dating c.1100-1250AD, this type is sometimes thrown into the Anasazi Group, sometimes the Mogollon. Glued together with only minimal restoration (just touched up along the cracks), the bowl measures just a little over 10 ¾” in diameter...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #432622 (stock #JHL.POT.E)
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This group of twelve individually priced prehistoric Indian pots (JHL5, 24, 25, 29, 46, 54, 55, 56, 62, 66, 67 and 69) are all from the estate of the late Gene Lang of Denver. Believed to be from the Williams Ranch collection, south of Quemado, New Mexico, Lang purchased the pots to restore them but was not able to complete the job. Most have been simply glued together with little restoration, and are usually missing a few shards...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #331605 (stock #CMK.104)
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$450.00
Measuring 6 ¾” in height and in overall very good condition, this wide-necked jar (CMK104) is from the collection of the late Mike Kastner of Denver, once owner and operator of the Primitive Folk Art Laboratory. Identified as a Bell Plain style from the Mississippian group and dating c.1000-1600AD, the jar is from Arkansas...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #75273 (stock #GL.503)
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$2,200.00
This large, heavy, 11 ¼” wide prehistoric Indian bowl (GL503) is from the estate of the late Gene Lang of Denver. Glued together with restoration of a 4” long rim piece that was missing, and a minor amount of overpaint, this bowl is typed as a Mesa Verde Black-on-White dating c.1200-1300AD and attributed to the Anasazi cultural horizon. There is an interesting design in the bottom of the bowl that is somewhat similar to a Maltese cross...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #75267 (stock #GLC.507)
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$1,600.00
An impressive 11 ¾” in height and approximately 12 ½” in diameter, this long-necked olla (GLC507) is from the Gene Lang estate. Glued together with no significant restoration and the cracks untouched, the piece was typed by Lang as a Gila Plain dating c.300-1345AD from the Salado sub-group in Arizona. This is an inexpensive olla that would make a great decorator on a high shelf or nook and a great ‘type’ piece...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #75200 (stock #GL.582)
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$2,500.00
The zoomorphic handle (a dog head?) on this interesting prehistoric Indian pitcher (GL582) is original and intact. From the collection of the late Gene Lang of Denver, Colorado, he typed the piece as a Wingate Polychrome dating c.1125-1200AD from the Anasazi cultural group...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #73282 (stock #GLC.537A)
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$4,800.00
This 10 ¾” wide Mimbres Black-on-White bowl (GLC537A) is from the estate of the late Gene Lang of Denver. With a fully painted interior, the bold quadrant design is centered with a small, checkered rectangle bounded by a four-sided, star-like design from which the pronounced stair step elements emerge. Originally from the Robert Anderson collection, Mason City, Iowa, this great bowl has been glued together, the cracks filled and painted, and had a minimal amount of restoration done for a few ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #73281 (stock #GLC.354)
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$6,000.00
An extraordinary 13” wide Mimbres Black-on-White bowl (GLC354) dating c.975-1150AD from the Mogollon cultural horizon, the pattern of which, when examined carefully, represents a four-cornered star within a larger four-cornered star. Glued together with restoration primarily in the white bottom area, this stunning prehistoric Indian bowl is from the estate of the late Gene Lang of Denver. Gene…artist, pot historian, and conservator…also did the restoration on this piece. The typical Mimbre...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #73194 (stock #GLC.307)
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$6,000.00
This large, 13” wide prehistoric Indian bowl (GLC307) was found in New Mexico, identified as a Mimbres Black-on-White, dating c.975-1150AD, and is attributed to the Mogollon group. The prominent hourglass design that bisects the bowl is perforated by a typical Mimbres ‘kill’ hole. From the estate and personal collection of the late Gene Lang of Denver, he put the bowl together with minor repaint. The rim has three areas of restoration, the outside surface of which were never finished leavi...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #431501 (stock #JHL.POT.C)
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This group of twelve individually priced prehistoric Indian pots (JHL35, 38, 39, 158, 159, 160, 162, 164, 168, 170, 178 and 185) are all from the estate of the late Gene Lang of Denver. Believed to be from the Williams Ranch collection, south of Quemado, New Mexico, Lang purchased the pots to restore them but was not able to complete the job. Most have been simply glued together with little restoration, and are usually missing a few shards. Each photo is noted first with the Inventory Number of ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #75308 (stock #GLC.489)
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$900.00
Small and rare, this miniature prehistoric Indian bowl (GLC489) is from the collection of the late Gene Lang of Denver. With small mouth opening, large flanged lip, and suspension holes, Lang felt that this may have been used as an ‘ink’ or pigment jar. He typed it as a Tibera Black-on-White dating c.1440-1675AD into the Proto-Historic period. Intact with absolutely no repairs or repaint, this fascinating 1 ¾” tall jar comes with a small display card, an acrylic ring upon which to set it,...