Wings outstretched and accented with black and white fur and black feathers, this small Navajo kachina doll depicts an eagle. The face of the eagle is painted turquoise and its beak yellow and black with brown and black feathers atop and behind its head, along with a small piece of turquoise. Each wing also features brown felt tied at the wrists and elbows and hanging downward, while the waist of the eagle is wrapped in brown felt set with a small, round turquoise piece, flowing from which is a piece of red felt painted in yellow, white and red patterns. Additional brown felt is wrapped around the ankles, and the eagle’s moccasins are painted brown. The Eagle kachina is said to represents strength and power. He is the ruler of the sky and the messenger to the heavens. 7 1/2″ tall x 8″ wide x 5 1/2″ deep.