This is a very early Pahlik Mana hopi bowl, probably from Polacca. I have consulted with an expert who dates it from 1850 to 1870. One can look at the pots Powell collected online for similar pottery bowls from this time period. There are remnants of a white slip. Obviously some damage to base, could use some restoration but all design elements are extant. Faint vertical striations on her chest.
6 & 3/4″ diameter by 2 & 3/4″ high.
Acoma Canteen by Eva Histia (19914-2005)
She was an active potter for sixty eight years.
It is 11" wide and 12" tall to the top of the spout. Signed. Has a chamfered bottom so it sits flat. She was in the Acoma roadrunner clan and this might be the depicted bird, I am not sure. Minor wear, nice paint.