Sold Pottery Portfolio
 Here are some of my pottery vessels that have found good homes and have
been sold.  I hope you enjoy looking through the various pots I've sold in the
past.  If you find one that you'd like to custome order, please feel free to contact
me at mike@susquehanna-wd.com.
PT06-01
Beautiful collared
example colored in
the same manner as
pottery found in
Chenango County,
N.Y.  This pot is 7
inches tall and 5 1/2
inches at it's widest
point.  Decorative
markings were done
with serrated flint
tool, and a corded
paddle.  Folks,
these replicas don't
last long, so get
yours today before
someone else does.

           $60.00

        
Sold
            

       
Iroquois Collared
Last Updated 3/21/16
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PT07-03
Here is a nice
pottery vessel
designed after an
artifact rim sherd of
pottery from the
Castle Creek site in
Binghamton, N.Y.  
Now there is a
Lowes Home store
& plaza there.  This
pot is a Herring
Bone decoration
with cord markings
for the Herring
Bone and a cord
paddled lower
portion.  I sold this
one at the 2007
Letchworth Knap-in.

      
$35.00

       
Last Updated 3/21/16
PT07-02
Here's a pottery
vessel modeled
after the Castle
Creek Punctated
type.  It was based
on a rim sherd and
photos from William
Ritchie's book
The
Archaeology of New
York State
.  It took
me a bit of trial &
error to figure out
how they achieved
the punctated
marks, but when I
compared them they
were the same as
the artifact rim
sherd. I sold this
piece at the
Letchworth, N.Y.
knap-in.

     
$40.00
       
            

       
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Pictured here is Schultz
incised Susquehannock
pot.  The cord markings
are from a dogbane cord
wrapped stick and the
bottom is textured with
a cord wrapped paddle.  
My effigy faced pottery
vessels are in high
demand and I hope that
you can see why.  A lot
of work went into this
one and it went to a
collector in Broome
County, New York as a
special order.

      
$75.00



     

       
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Pictured here is a Washington Boro incised pot with the ghost face
decorations on both sides.  This was a custom order to duplicate an
actual artifact found in Pennsylvania.  This is representative of the
detailed work I do right down to the bits of pottery grit that
sometimes show through after being in the ground for hundreds of
years.
   
$85.00
Pictured here is another Washington Boro pot with the ghost face
decorations on both sides and the large scallop decorations along the
bottom of the rim.  This was a custom order to duplicate an actual
artifact found in Pennsylvania in the early 20th century.  It was a
lighter colored pottery vessel so it posed a good challenge to get the
coloring right.
 
$85.00