Traditionally made by Jemez potter Linda Lucero Fragua, this gorgeous storyteller figurine showcases a seated woman and three children. The woman rests with her legs outstretched and crossed, two girls seated upon her lap and one slung over her shoulder. Each girl holds a book, one titled “The Pueblo Story,” one, “The Story of Corn Maiden,” and the last “P. For Pottery.” Eeach figure’s mouth is open, while the woman’s face showcases rosy cheeks and the girls have painted adornments in there hair, including flowers and bows. The woman is finished with a beautiful shawl draped over her head, the border painted in traditional geometric designs in red, pink blue, brown, black, and buff. 6″ tall x 3 1/8″ wide x 5″ deep.