Featuring white feathers and brown leather, this traditional Navajo Kachina by Harrison Jones depicts the antelope, carved from cottonwood. The piece’s face is painted blue, with a red, black and white mouth, while its body is painted white with black accents. White feathers surround its head and neck, while brown leather accents its wrists, waist, and ankles. The leather covering the antelope’s lower half is painted blue, yellow, red, and white, and it holds a brown feather in each hand. 10 1/2″ tall x 5″ wide.