Jar, 'Purti Endoola' (Magpies), base and lid, terracotta, underglaze colours, landscape design with modelled magpies on cover, Carol Rontji, Hermannsburg Potters, Hermannsburg, Northern Territory, Australia, 1995
Jar, flat base, rising to ovoid shape with small opening. Flat cover, with internal rim, and two modelled magpies perched in opposite directions on top. Painted illustration of desert landscape around Hermannsburg, horizon line just above halfway, ochre colour below, brown hills and pale blue sky above. Small dark green bushes across land, with black branches, brown shadows. In the close foreground, on one side, brown branches with green leaves and white and ochre blossom, and two honey-eaters (with longer beaks than the magpies on the cover) in black with white and ochre feather decoration. The cover is pale blue, like the upper half of the jar, with a brown central branch, on which, facing in different directions, are two black magpies with pink eyes, white beaks and white feather decoration. Marked CR 356 underneath.
(-1) Jar base
(-2) Jar lid
On base, handwritten in black ink: "CR 356".