An Acoma canteen made by Elizabeth Waconda. She was born in the 1920s and descends from the Roadrunner Clan. Her mother is Helice Vallo. She is known for her polychrome jars and bowls. (Schaaf, pg. 328)
This canteen has some minor chipping of the paint. It has no cracks or other damage to it. It is made to sit on its back. This piece is to be displayed on a flat surface. A beautiful canteen to add to your collection.
1. Schaaf, Gregory. Southern Pueblo Pottery 2000 Artist Biographies. (2002) Center for Indigenous Arts and Cultures Press.