Clay Water Pot (that looks super old and historicaly important)
Clay Water Pot
Knick-Knack Paddy Wack: Your friends will think you unearthed this vessle from an ancient site while vacationing in some distant land. Or at least that's what you can tell them.
Found readily in Indian souks these clay pots are used on a daily basis to collect water to be used in the home for cooking and cleaning. Today, the form is pretty enough to hold its own as a decorative piece yet it’s also still entirely practical as a vase, catchall, you name it.
For decorative use only.
Dimensions: Length: 9.75 in Width: 9.75 in Height: 6.75 in