Featuring feather and leather accents, this lovely Navajo kachina doll depicts a traditional Sunface by L.K. Charley. Both face and body are painted predominantly white, while the face also showcases black eyes and mouth and black, blue and white along the forehead. The entire face is surrounded by brown feathers, with additional feathers held in each of the kachina’s hands. Wrists and waist are covered in black leather, with the leather at the waist painted in white, red, and blue, while leather also covers the ankles and feet. The Sunface is said to represents warmth, shelter for the old, bright future, and playfulness for the young. 11″ tall x 7 1/2″ wide.