Featuring carved wood, leather, wire and string, this adorable kachina by Bertha Wood depicts the koshare, or clown, going fishing. The piece showcases a wooden koshare, tackle box slung over his shoulders, having just caught…his own shoe. The boot is given added whimsy with attached blue leather pieces, representing water drops. Bertha finishes the piece with a fishing pole made of wire, string, and wood, and the koshare is painted black and white, with one shoe off and one on. 10 1/4″ tall x 5 7/8″ wide.