On this jar, Rainy shows the Butterfly Maiden on the front, and repeated on the back. In Hopi, this is the Palhik Mana, and she appears in many of the Hopi social dances held during the winter months. She is often portrayed as grinding corn. As part of the Hopi wedding ceremony, Hopi maidens grind corn to show that they have learned to run the household. On the Tablita, or head-dress, Rainy has trimmed to ends with the Naha trade-mark feather. This is a similar signature design that was used by her mother, Feather Woman, or Helen Naha.

5 ½” high by 4 ¾” wide