Dog Effigy Bottle. The original pot that this was fashioned after was found near Nashville, TN it is from the late Mississippian period around 1200-1400 AD. The original bottle was just over 9 inches tall by nearly 9 inches wide. My reproduction is just over 3 inches tall by 3 inches long by 1.75 inches wide.
Turtle pot similar to various mississippian period pots but not a reproduction of any specific pot. Just 3 inches long head to tail.
Parrot Water bottle. The original this bottle was fashioned after was found in Tennessee. It was approximately 12" tall. I'm not sure of the exact time but it is Mississippian period. My reproduction is just 2.125 inches tall by 1 inch wide
Frog Effigy pot. The original this pot was fashioned after was found Mississippi county Arkansas. It is from about 1200-1400 AD The original was about 7.5 inches tall by about 10 inches long. Mine is about 3 inches tall by 3 inches long.
Group of Fish Effigy bowls. The original bowls of this type have been found in many of the mound locations. They vary in size from around 4 inches across to about 7-8 inches across. This one is about 7 inches across.
Old Woman who never dies. The original pot this was fashioned after was found in Arkansas. It is from about 1500 AD Not sure of the measurements of the original piece. Mine is 8 inches tall by 6.75 inches wide which is likely just slightly smaller than the original.
Possum effigy Bottle. Bottle with possom head. The original that this pot was fashioned after was found in Arkansas or Missouri and is from about 1200-1400 AD and was about 6 inches tall. Mine is just 2.5 inches tall.