An heirloom art piece, in the form of a shallow, organic bowl, equally useful, made from hand harvested micaceous clay near Taos, NM, then pit fired with local red cedar, stone polished, and cured with elk marrow and bees wax. Perfect for table and counter accents, as an elevated serving dish, as a catchall for jewelry, or on display as a sculptural object. Approximately 4 inches in diameter, by 1/4 inch tall, with natural and expected variations. Made by the artist on the full moon in New Mexico using methods and materials derived from his ancestral Pueblo land and traditions. Perfectly paired with the Large Tinaja.