Classic water jar that is well depicted with four "dagger" motifs on the neck of the jar with hachured hematite lines that represent rain. The double lined life-line that represents the potter's life line and has to have the opening so that the life of the potter is ongoing through it's life span. Right below, four deer painted with hematite brown pigment with yellow ochre heart-line. In between the male deer are the vegetation designs that are represented as plants. On the bottom of the jar, a deep ledge-like pukie flexure is applied like the early water jars used to carry water from the river beds or the water wells.