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Bowl Corn Plant

$29.99

700 AD - 900 AD

This bowl was inspired by an early Mesa Verde Black-on-White bowl with corn plant design from a site north of Durango Colorado. The actual pot is housed at the Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum in Mesa Verde National Park.

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe. Approximately 9" in diameter and 2.75" deep. Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Bowl with Leaping Sheep & Kokopelli

$74.99

1100 AD - 1300 AD 

This large bowl was inspired by a Mesa Verde Black-on-White pot housed in the Mesa Verde Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum.  Kokopelli, the flute player, is the most well known petroglyph in the southwest and ocassionally depicted on pottery.  Kokopelli is thought to influence germination and production of large families.

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe.  Approximately 9.25" in diameter and 4" deep.  Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Bowl with Turkey

$21.99

1100 AD - 1300 AD

Inspired by a Mesa Verde Black-on-White pot housed in the Mesa Verde Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum.  This bowl has classic Mesa Verde banding and solid kiva step motif and embellished with a turkey.  Besides the dog, Ancient Puebloans also domesticated the turkey.

Lead-free, dishwasher and microwave safe.  Approximately 6" in diameter and 2" deep.  Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Effigy Headless Bird

$24.99

1100 AD - 1300 AD

This miniature reproduction was inspired by a Mesa Verde Black-on-White bird effigy housed in the Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum in Mesa Verde National Park. The name has been applied to these Ancient Puebloan jars because of their bird-like form. Some bear a striking resemblance to certain kinds of birds, such as ducks and doves. The function of these vessels is still unknown.

Approximately 3.5" x 1.75" 1.75". Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Effigy Sheep

$24.99

1100 AD - 1300 AD

This piece is a miniature reproduction of a Mesa Verde Black-on-White effigy housed in the Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum in Mesa Verde National Park.  This effigy may be one of the most iconic pieces of pottery found in the Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum!  Animal effigy forms are unusual in Mesa Verde.  This effigy bears a striking resemblence to a sheep or ram.  The function of these vessels is still unknown.

Approximately 4" x 1.75" x 1.75".  Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Effigy Spotted Duck

$24.99

1100 AD - 1300 AD

This piece is a miniature reproduction of a Mesa Verde Black-on-White bird effigy housed in the Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum in Mesa Verde National Park.  The name has been applied to these Ancient Puebloan jars because of their bird-like form. Some bear a striking resemblance to certain kinds of birds, such as ducks and doves. The function of these vessels is still unknown.

Approximately 4" x 2.75" x 1.75".  Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Kiva Jar

$19.99

1050 AD - 1300 AD

This miniature kiva jar, was inspired by a Mesa Verde Black-on-White pot housed in the Mesa Verde Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum. It is believed that Ancient Puebloans used kiva jars to store special materials such as planting seeds, weaving and ritual supplies.

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe. Approximately 3.5" x 2". Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Ladle Horny Toad

$13.99

1100 AD-1300 AD

Inspired by a Mesa Verde Black-on-White ladle with a horny toad motif, housed at the Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum. The first ladles were half-gourds. When pottery appeared the half-gourd was copied in clay. Ladles were no doubt used exactly as they are today- for dipping & pouring liquids of all kinds.

This ladle comes with a waxed cotton loop making it a charming and whimsical Christmas ornament!

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe. Approximately 3" x 1".  Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Ladle Step Design

$13.99

1100 AD-1300 AD

Inspired by a Mesa Verde Black-on-White ladle with a step-design motif, housed at the Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum. The first ladles were half-gourds. When pottery appeared the half-gourd was copied in clay. Ladles were no doubt used exactly as they are today- for dipping & pouring liquids of all kinds.

This ladle comes with a waxed cotton loop making it a charming and whimsical Christmas ornament!

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe. Approximately 3" x 1". Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Mini Mug Square Kiva Steps

$17.99

1250 AD - 1285 AD

This miniature mug was inspired by a square mug found at Sand Canyon Pueblo and illustrates the rich diversity of Mesa Verde Black-on-White pottery produced by the Ancestral Puebloans.

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe. Approximately 1.75" x 2". Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Mini Mug Square Line Design

$17.99

1250 AD - 1285 AD

This miniature mug was inspired by a square mug found at Sand Canyon Pueblo and illustrates the rich diversity of Mesa Verde Black-on-White pottery produced by the Ancestral Puebloans.

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe. Approximately 1.75" x 2". Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Mini Mug Squared Handle

$14.99

1100 AD - 1300 AD

This miniature mug was inspired by a Mesa Verde Black-on-White pot housed at the Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum. It has the classic Mesa Verde banding and solid kiva step motif. Kiva steps are believed to be the porthole to the underworld.

Lead-free, microwave, and dishwasher safe. Approximately 1.75" x 2".  Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Mini Mug Step Design

$14.99

1100 AD - 1300 AD

This miniature mug was  inspired by a Mesa Verde Black-on-White pot housed at the Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum.  It has the classic Mesa Verde banding and solid kiva step motif. Kiva steps are believed to be the porthole to the underworld.

Lead-free, microwave, and dishwasher safe. Approximately 1.75" x 2". Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Mug Keyhole Handle

$25.99

1100 AD- 1300 AD

Inspired by a Mesa Verde Black-on-White mug housed in the Mesa Verde Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum exhibit "Black on White Masterpieces". This mug has classic Mesa Verde banding and solid kiva step motif. The meaning of keyhole handles, like the doorways, is still unknown.

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe.  Approximately 3.5" in diameter and 4.5" deep.  Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Mug Mountain Lion Effigy

$30.99

1150 AD - 1300 AD

Inspired by pottery made by the Ancestral Pueblo people this mug is an artistic replica of a mug embellished with a small zoomorphic applique that resembles a Mountain Lion Head.

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe. Approximately 2.5" in diameter and 3" deep. Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Mug Scroll Design

$26.99

1060 AD - 1300 AD

Inspired by a Mesa Verde Black-on-White mug housed in the Mesa Verde Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum exhibit "Black on White Masterpieces". This mug is an artistic replica of a mug with an interlocking scroll design from Mug House in Mesa Verde National Park. Mug House was so named because four or five mugs were found tied together with strings through their handles.

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe. Approximately 2.5" x 3". Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Mug XL Kiva Steps

$33.99

1100 AD - 1300 AD

This full sized reproduction was inspired by pottery made by the Ancestral Pueblo people. This mug has classic Mesa Verde banding and solid kiva step motif. Kiva steps are believed to be the porthole to the underworld.

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe. Approximately 4.5" in diameter and 5.5" deep. Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Seed Jar Tick Marks

$15.99

1050 AD - 1300 AD

This miniature seed jar was inspired by a Mesa Verde Black-on-White pot housed in the Mesa Verde Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum. Seed jars were typically used to store seed for the following planting years.

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe. Approximately 1.5" x 0.75". Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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Seed Jar Zoomorphic Sheep Design

$14.99

1050 AD - 1300 AD

This miniature seed jar featuring a zoomorphic sheep design, was inspired by a Mesa Verde Black-on-White pot housed in the Mesa Verde Chapin Mesa Archaeological Museum. Seed jars were typically used to store seed for the following planting years.

Lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe. Approximately 1.5" x 0.75". Handcrafted by Designs by Anna in Durango, Colorado.

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