This is a large Hopi Bowl from the 1920s attributed to Nampeyo of Hano (1859-1942. Nampeyo of Hano is also referred to as “The Old Lady”. The bowl has beautiful colors with traditional Sikyátki decoration. It has great fire clouds from the firing process. This pottery was likely. painted by either Annie of Fannie Nampeyo who are Nampeyo’s daughters. This was typical during the 1920s. The bowl has many elements of Nampeyo’s designs including a Spirit Line break and two Kilroy features. The bowl is solid and heavy. It does have a rim chip, wear and fine cracking. It does not have repairs. At one hundred years-old, this bowl is a real Nampeyo treasure. It measures 12 ½” x 3 ½”.