Oblong open weave basket with a handle on each end.
Cream color clay bowl with black and brown geometric designs around sides. Scratches to surface. Unknown origin, possibly southwest United States
Three baskets with geometric designs. (Left and Middle) Green, purple, and red palm. (Right) Red and green palm.
Nayarit tan flat bottomed ceramic bowl, patterned in 3 panels, curvilinear red lines within straight lines.
Tightly woven, geometric design, shades of brown, Alaska, Native American
Woven strips of wood, painted green and red. Red Lake, Minnesota. Chippewa Indian.
A slip decorated jar on three rattle legs.
Tripod rattle vase representing jaguar. Design is incised and a number of pressed rounded holes appear to form facial features and leg decoration.
Mochica style. A stirrup-spout vessel in the form of a squatting male figure (perhaps representing Ai Apaetc deity) wearing a cape and a bird form headdress, and with lobster claw hands.
Pot with geometric design going around the upper half of the pot, polychromed.
Zuni jar with cream background, brown and red design.
Pot for carrying water.
Tripod vase with heavily chipped flair, slab footed, heavy clay walls. Rounded body with very small flair rim at extreme top.
Tripod vase with round bulb like rattle feet, molded facial features and painted rim. Color indicates piece was fired.
Coconut bowl, carved with design on bottom. Half a coconut shell. One of three from Lau Lassi Village.
Tripod, short legs, dark red. Bands appear around each leg. Undecorated. Traces of black on the bottom.
Jar has overall decoration, polychromed.
North Peruvian highlands. A bridge & spout vessel in the form of a truncated human figure. Slip detcorated overall.
Pedestal vase with rattles, holes appear in upper portion of pedestal. Geometric patterns inside and out. Mora Polychrome type.
A large globular jar with a register of slip decoration, and a feline head on which the eyes, nose and mouth are modeled in relief.