Museum Reproductions

For nearly 40 years, M Hart Pottery has worked with several museums to create reproductions of ancient artifacts for sale. These reproductions are often cast from slip clay, working off a model of the original. These reproductions are sold world-wide.

Ankh

Ankh

Egyptian Ankh. For the MMA.

Bear

Bear

Earthenware bear from rural Pennsylvania, 1800-1850 AD. 6 ½" tall, made from glazed terracotta. For the MMA.

Coptic Mask 1

Coptic Mask 1

Egyptian Coptic Mask. For the MMA.

Coptic Mask 2

Coptic Mask 2

Egyptian Coptic Mask. For the MMA.

Tarascan Dog

Tarascan Dog

From Western Mexico, ca. 300 BC-200 AD. Used as an effigy vessel. For the MMA.

Duck Vessel

Duck Vessel

Mexican (Colima), around 2nd-3rd century AD. These were used as funerary offerings. For the MMA.

Flower Vase

Flower Vase

Egyptian Flower Vase. For the MMA.

Footed Bowl

Footed Bowl

From Egypt's Predynastic Period, c. 3400-3100 BC. Probably produced in Upper Egypt. For the MMA.

Green Vase

Green Vase

Martian vase, circa 1 million BC. Probably used for storing warp drive fuel.

Hippos

Hippos

William Hippo, Hippo at Bay, and Sleepy Hippo, from 21th Dynasty Egypt, about 1786 BC. For the MMA.

Chelsea Keramic Pitcher

Chelsea Keramic Pitcher

The Chelsea Keramic Art Works in Massachusetts produced pitchers like these in the late 19th century. For the MFA, Boston.

Large Duck

Large Duck

Large duck.

Little Duck

Little Duck

Little duck.

Etruscan Rooster

Etruscan Rooster

Sixth Century piece from the Etruscan period. Made from terracotta with a lead-free glaze. For the MFA, Boston.

Whale

Whale

Whale, Peru.