Beautifully and colorfully painted and adorned, this delicate Sunface kachina doll was hand carved by Navajo artist Jolene Apachito. The face of the piece is painted intricately in turquoise, yellow, red, black, and white and is surrounded by brown feathers, while the remainder of the head and neck are covered in white fur. The sunface is clothed in purple leather painted in white, red, blue, and yellow, while it holds a rattle in one hand and feather in the other. Purple leather accents around the ankles, wrists, and elbows finish the piece nicely. The sunface is said to represent warmth, shelter for the old, bright future, and playfulness for the young. 6 5/8″ tall x 4 1/4″ wide.