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For over 45 years, we have operated a Native American Trading Post and Museum and traveled all major North American Indian trails to purchase Native American relics from New Mexico, Arizona, Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, and Oklahoma. One of our favorite places to visit was the big pow wow at the Sioux Reservation at Pineridge South Dakota.
We are now in the process of selling off our Native American collection on this webpage.

Our Native American catalogs feature a combination of vintage and museum pieces at a reasonable price. If you're looking for something and don't see it here, send me an email. I still have boxes and boxes of stuff to calalog and photograph.

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Index of All Native American Catalogs.
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Native American Baskets Catalog.
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Fort Tumbleweed's Catalog of
Native American Pottery



$895.00
CATALOG NO. hopipot100

Vintage Hopi Jar


Beautiful historic Hopi water jar from a private museum. Historic pueblo pottery is defined as pottery from the still-occupied New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos, and from a time period spanning 1700 to 1940. This one from the Hopi reservation is particularly well made. Great patina. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$675.00
CATALOG NO.apachebowl100

Rare Prehistoric Apache Bowl


Beautiful prehistoric Apache bowl, 7-1/4 inches in diameter and 2-1/2 inches deep, from the Museum of Texas History. Great patina.Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$129.95
CATALOG NO. caddopot100

Prehistoric Caddo Pot


Beautiful prehistoric Caddo pot, 3-1/2 inches tall and 3-1/4 inches in diameter, from the Museum of Texas History. Great patina.Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$325.00
CATALOG NO. caddoantique101

Prehistoric Caddo Pot


Beautiful prehistoric Caddo pot, 3-1/2 inches tall and approx. 4 " in diameter at widest point, from the Museum of Texas History. Great patina.Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$1,695.00
CATALOG NO. acomapueblo100

Antique Acoma Pueblo Water Canteen


Rare historic pueblo water canteen made between 1800 and 1840 from a private museum. Historic pueblo pottery is defined as pottery from the still-occupied New Mexico and Arizona Pueblos, and from a time period spanning 1700 to 1940. Traditionally, canteens were made at the pueblos for the men to fill with water and take to the fields with them. Of course, collectors sought after them as well, so potters began making them to sell. This one from Acoma is particularly well made. It has a bulbous shape reminiscent of prehistoric canteen shapes. There is a small chip on the lip of the canteen, otherwise no cracks or chips. Great patina. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$325.00
CATALOG NO. pottery1200

Antique San Ildefonso black on black Pottery (Signed) . It is in wonderful condition, with no chips or cracks! The pot measures about 3-1/4" tall and about 5" in diameter at widest point. For more than 100 years, San Ildefonso has been the center of tradition and innovation. In 1918, Maria Martinez and her husband, Julian, discovered how to produce the traditional black-on-black pottery that is now famous. The pueblo is located twenty-two miles northwest of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Its Feast Day is January 23rd honoring their patron saint: San Ildefonso. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$175.00
CATALOG NO. antiquepottery1201

Antique Santa Domingo Bowl in fair condition, with a couple of chips or cracks! The bowl measures about 2-1/4" tall and about 5-1/4" in diameter at widest point. Great patina. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$495.00
CATALOG NO. antiquepottery1202

Antique Santa Domingo Bowl in good condition, no chips or cracks! The bowl measures about 3-1/2" tall and about 7-3/4" in diameter at widest point. Great patina. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$479.95
CATALOG NO. pottery1203

Precolumbian pitcher with Lizard on handle. Great condition, no chips or cracks! The pitcher measures about 5-1/2" tall and about 5" in diameter at widest point. Great patina. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$275.00
CATALOG NO. pottery1201

Antique San Ildefonso black on black Pottery (Signed Lidia R). The pot features a coiled snake on the rim of the jar, with no chips or cracks! The pot measures about 3-1/4" tall and about 4-1/2" in diameter at widest point. For more than 100 years, San Ildefonso has been the center of tradition and innovation. In 1918, Maria Martinez and her husband, Julian, discovered how to produce the traditional black-on-black pottery that is now famous. The pueblo is located twenty-two miles northwest of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Its Feast Day is January 23rd honoring their patron saint: San Ildefonso. Great patina. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$675.00
CATALOG NO. pottery1202

Antique Native American pot, pre 1500's. This large pot measures about 6-1/4" tall and about 10-1/2" in diameter. The pot has been discounted in price for a repaired crack running through the pot (displays well). Great patina. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$130.00
CATALOG NO. pottery1204

Antique San Ildefonso black on black Pottery . The pot measures about 5" tall and about 5" in diameter at widest point. For more than 100 years, San Ildefonso has been the center of tradition and innovation. In 1918, Maria Martinez and her husband, Julian, discovered how to produce the traditional black-on-black pottery that is now famous. The pueblo is located twenty-two miles northwest of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Its Feast Day is January 23rd honoring their patron saint: San Ildefonso. Great patina. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$125.00
CATALOG NO. pottery1205

Early San Ildefonso black on black Pottery. The pot is heavier than later day black on black pots and measures about 3-3/4" tall and about 5-1/2" in diameter at widest point. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$225.00
CATALOG NO. pottery1206

Signed San Ildefonso black on black Pottery. The pot is signed Octavio Gonzalez and measures about 3-1/2" tall and about 4-1/2" in diameter at widest point.Beautiful design work, great condition, no cracks or chips. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$375.00
CATALOG NO. pottery1208

Antique Native American pot, pre 1500's. This large pot measures about 8-" tall and about 8" in diameter. Great patina.Rim has wear from centuries of use. Great patina. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$375.00
CATALOG NO. pottery1209

Large Signed Native American pot. This pot is in excellent condition and measures about 7" tall and about 10" in diameter. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.










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