Mayan Vase Object 7196 - Jaguar
Here is a paraphrased translation of the glyphs to the left:
It is "Fire Tailed Coatimundi", who is the spirit-companion of the Lord of the Hair-Knot-Place, of the Place of Blindness.The word Mutul refers to "hair knot" or "hair bun", a dynasty based at the site of Tikal. The "Place of Blindness" may refer to a generalized location or a supernatural location. The text also makes reference to "spirit-companions," a supernatural being with whom a person shares his or her consciousness . Stephen Houston and David Stuart explore this ethnographically observed concept in the art of the Classic Maya in their article "The Way Glyph: Evidence for "Co-essences" among the Classic Maya."
Houston, Stephen D, and David Stuart. The Way Glyph: Evidence for "co-Essences" Among the Classic Maya. Washington, D.C: Center for Maya Research, 1989.