An absolutely adorable, traditional koshare sits atop a handmade and hand painted base holding a watermelon in this incredible figurine by well-known Jemez potter Kathleen Wall. Painted predominantly green, black, and buff, with light pink added to the very life-like clay watermelon pieces, the koshare and base give off a fun, whimsical vibe. The koshare sits atop a predominantly buff base, painted in traditional patterns in green and back, an indent on one side creating a home for a handmade pot, inside which rests a watermelon slice. The koshare also holds a watermelon slice in both hands, stretched outward in front of his body, a big smile on his face. Black leather accents surround the koshare’s waist and neck, while green leather hangs from the top of the head, where straw also serves as an accent. Pot and watermelon slices are removable, and koshare can be removed from the base as well. 16″ tall including base x 9″ wide x 9 1/2″ deep.