This three-color San Ildefonso polychrome pot features white slip with black and red painted decoration. The form of this San Ildefonso polychrome pot follows traditional 17th- and 18th-century Tewa pottery as the vessel consists of an outward rim, elongated neck, and bulging mid-body. There are two main bands of decoration with a middle band design consisting of black contoured circles with red dots. The neck band includes black and red triangular motifs that can represent feathers or leaves. The body decoration is red stepped patterns with possibly feather designs.