This new collaboration is a remarkable piece of work. Jason hand coiled the box, and Jennifer did the incising and the painting. Sometimes, patience is an optimal quality to have. Jennifer has been working on this piece for me for MONTHS. She has persevered, changed, and challenged herself along the way. Each of the four panels display different peacocks in distinct positions. On one square panel, a vivid male peacock is shown with outstretched feathers, in all his grandeur. There are SIX more birds shown on the box. The painting is amazing. Jennifer has also combined other pueblo imagery (feathers, spirals, floral, arrows) to complete the overall design. A tight-fitting lid is on top, showing four more flowing and intersecting feathers. This is a terrific new and unique creation in clay.

4 1/2″ high with lid by 3 1/4″ wide