This is the largest older Acoma vase I’ve had at approximately 15 1/4″ tall by 13″ across the handles. Circa 1940s, (according to illustrations on pages 380 and 381 in The Pottery of Acoma and Laguna by Francis Harlow and Dwight Lanmon. The pot was hand-coiled and fired outside. No indication of the maker. An elegant, well made piece with the ruffled rim and twisted handles and, nicely painted with the stylized Acoma parrot or bird symbol surrounded by flowing geometrics. The pot is in very good antique condition with no notable issues other than light surface wear and soil. No cracks or repairs.