The Native American potters of Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico are known for geometric design in traditional colors of orange and black. Pottery originally provided storage, cooking, and eating. Water jugs were used by the men of Acoma for long hunting trips or camping. Other pots were used as seed pots to store seeds for planting. Today, the pottery of Acoma is collected not only for its unique artistic characteristics but also revered for its rich historical value. Pot measures 8 inches wide and 8 inches tall.