Two pottery jars like this one were found leaning against the left shoulder of Ruiu's coffin in the east chamber of her father Neferkhawet's
tomb. Such buff-colored jars, with line decoration in red and dark brown paint, are typical of the time period. Each jar were originally covered by small red ware saucer that were cut to correspond to the lip of the jar. This jar came to New York in the division of finds, but its lid remained in Egypt.