This Hopi Revival polychrome bowl features white slip with black and red painted decoration. This disk-like bowl has an interior band of repeating motifs consisting of triangles, bands, and other shapes. Attached to the red-painted rim is a Pueblo clown. This figurine is visible from its shoulders and above, and the horizontal black stripes on its originally white surface add to the depiction of the clown. This bowl is associated with the “Revival” age of Pueblo (especially Hopi) pottery because it was created during the early 20th century when pottery was revamped for tourism purposes.