Thank you again, Kathleen...again, I honestly do not feel the form is from the Pacific region (most everything of that nature is made from wood) and I have dealt with a LOT of ceramics these past 40+ years. From what I can see, you most likely have a 20th century item made to appear older in form and style than it actually is--they could well have been mislead by someone.
Typically, the retail on an item like that will be from $75 to $150 in most any market--few regions in the world create forms such as that and in that color--another possibility is that it was made by an artisan from Santa Clara Pueblo, but I honestly think it has a far better chance of being Mexican.
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