Two traditional corn maidens are wrapped in a brown husk painted with various designs in this beautiful figurine by Jemez potter Joseph Gachupin. Each maiden showcases long, black hair, etched with fine lines and cascading down around expressive faces with open mouths. Kernels in one corn maiden are solely black, and are grey and red in its opposite. Additional corn cobs rest at the bottom of the piece, at each figurine’s feet, while patterns painted along the back side of the husk include feather, step, and weather in grey, red, and black. 5 1/2″ tall x 3″ wide x 3″ deep.