Acoma Zuni Navajo Sphere Clay Seed Pot, Vintage, Fishing Motif

I am trying to identify a Clay Pot I own.
I have had it for many years.
It is hand made and hand decorated.
I have had it in protected storage for 30 years.
It is a hollow sphere.
It has thin walls.
It has a small hole on one side, and a larger hole on the other side.
Looks like it is professionally done.
My guess is that it is an old Navajo Pot.
But I really do not know.
Doing some internet research, it may be a Zuni seed pot, where the Native Americans saved seeds for the next year’s harvest
Any ideas?









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Systems Engineer who has worked on National Missile Defense at Boeing and Lockheed. Patenting and Licensing, Orange County Inventors Forum. Current emphasis is Product Development and financing. Solidworks, Rapid Prototyping Irvine CA. Designing new products and innovations.
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