This traditional pottery is quite heavy and had a lot of work put into it. This is quite a large Head Effigy..... Slightly over 6" high and slightly over 7" at it's widest point and the top has an opening of 3.
This was added to my Osage Pottery collection "around" 20 years ago. I was told that this particular piece was done by an Osage Nation artist names Barbara J Evans. This rare pottery is Museum Quality and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity by the.
The Authenticity of the is piece of fine Native American Handcrafted art is guaranteed by the above named Craftsman. It is handmade using the following materials: Hand-coiled, shell-tempered, pit-fired Mississippian period pottery. This is signed by the Museum Director M. I was told that this work is not done anymore, and the Osage artist is an elder who retired from doing pottery years ago.
This bowl is clay red with a tan color face. This collectible pottery is a head effigy and "one of a kind". This is NOT from the "Mississippi era"..
It is MADE from the way they use to do it then... With a Museum Certificate to show authenticity. It is a "repro" of the Effigy produced during that era. This is a superb example of older Native American Culture.This rare Head Effigy was added to my, already, collection of Osage Nation Pottery. It has never been out of my glass showcase. After purchasing it, it became part of my Native American private collection for display only. One needs to downsize and unfortunately this is part of it. This RARE ONE OF A KIND EXCEPTIONAL HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE pottery would be a " must " for any collector to add to his collection. The Osage Nation is a Midwestern Native American tribe of the. The tribe developed in the. Valleys around 700 BC along with other groups of its language family. The museum serves as a gateway into understanding the science of archaeology and the interpretation of Native Americans who lived on the site as early as 1500 A. As well as traditional cultures of the area. The museum exhibits interpret the prehistory of the Mid-South, contemporary Southeastern Native Americans, and the African American cultural heritage of the Chucalissa site's landscape. This comes from a pet free & smoke free home.
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