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Koyala with Mouse by Ted Pavatea

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This humorous Koyala Kachina is holding a piece of cheese behind his back as a mouse begs for it.  It is Titled simply, “Koyala” and was hand carved by Hopi artist, Ted Pavatea.

 

 

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Product Description

This humorous Koyala Kachina is holding a piece of cheese behind his back as a mouse begs for it.  It is Titled simply, “Koyala” and was hand carved by Hopi artist, Ted Pavatea.

Ted is the son of Tewa-Hopi potter Garnet Pavatea and was born in 1952 in the Village of Hano at Hopi.  He is a favorite carver of ours as his Kachinas always make us smile.

Artist

Ted Pavatea

Tribe

Hopi

Dimensions

Measures 8-12" High by 5" Wide

Metal / Material

Cottonwood Root

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