Carved by hand by Hopi artist William Koots, this lovely kachina doll depicts Hano Mana, also called Tewa Girl. This long-haired kachina maiden holds corn in each hand, and is a favorite for the first or second gift to girls by the men of their villages. The maiden showcases a single feather atop her head, her face painted turquoise and hair pulled to either side of her face, tied with what appears to be leather. She wears a shawl over her shoulders, its edges painted in black and green and featuring cloud and rain patterns painted in turquoise, yellow and red. She wears turquoise around her neck and one wrist, holds one red and one yellow corn cob in her hands and leans slightly forward. 8″ tall x 3 1/4″ wide x 2 3/4″ deep.