Early 20th century souvenir pottery by the Quechan Indians of the Colorado River.
Hand built box like body with native clay and slips, pit fired.
Double spouted with a handle is a wedding vase form.
On four feet, it stands 5 1/2" tall by 5" diameter.
Pictured in Allan Hayes' book "The Desert Southwest
Four Thousand Years of Life and Art", page 139.