A tan and red base, typical of clay found at Zuni Pueblo, creates the perfect backdrop for three dimensional lizards and a lovely painted flower in this canteen by potter Yvonne Nashboo. Each lizard is black with white accents, their heads protruding off the base of the canteen, facing opposite directions. The flowr between them is painted red, white, and black, and features a single turquoise stone set at the center of the petals. Twisted handles add more dimension and character to the piece. 4 1/2″ tall x 5″ wide x 6″ deep.