Carved by Navajo artist Victor Abeita, this large kachina doll depicts a white wolf and is adorned with various fur, feather, and leather accents. The wolf holds a shield in one hand, decorated with feathers and white leather, with a leather and wood bow accented with feathers in the other hand. The wolf’s mouth is open, a red leather tongue hanging out, and its head covered in black and white fur. The wolf’s waist is surrounded by a blue leather garment set with a singlet turquoise stone at the center top, the garment painted in turquoise, red, and white designs. Additional fur covers the wolf’s ankles and feet. The wolf kachina is regarded as a hunter who uses his knowledge to find and capture game animals. 17 1/2″ tall x 10″ wide x 7 1/2″ deep.