ID help with possible Native American artifacts(?)

Admacrae

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Just curious about what I am looking at. Found these many years ago as a kid splashing around in the creeks of Boone County Missouri and finally asking for help identifying. First one with the circle on stone-no idea; second one with black crosses and reddish color looks like a chip from pottery?- edges are sharp and paint still shiny doesn’t look like it has much wear; last one doesn’t look natural but maybe so, cleaned and scrubbed it and looks like some quartz in there? Odd shape and looks like a couple different stones. Any opinions/insights appreciated. I’ve tried to investigate myself but still no ideas. Thank you!
 

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Welcome friend. My opinion--the 3rd pic looks like a piece of modern, glazed pottery/ceramics. The rest are mother natures creations.
Have to agree with TDog, third piece looks like modern glazed pottery, the rest are natural rocks by mother nature.
 

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I’ll take a stab at the other two, the ring pattern is just the layers as the stone was worn down, and the last one looks like the white pyramid bit is flint, attached to the dark spongey bit I think was a fossil replacement where some creature left a void that was filled with a semi geode structure. the projecting point could also be related to the creature like an anchor structure, or a burrow… I may be corrected later but that’s how I would attempt to read that last one
 
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