~ FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S.A. ~

Koyala Kachina with Watermelon by Ted Pavatea

SOLD

This Koyala Kachina is holding a piece of watermelon and has juice around his mouth.  He has a sweet smile on his face and the watermelon has an intricately carved fly on it.  It is Titled simply, “Koyala” and was hand carved by Hopi artist, Ted Pavatea.

SOLD

Product Description

This Koyala Kachina is holding a piece of watermelon with juice dripping around his mouth.  He has a sweet smile on his face and the watermelon has an intricately carved fly on 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 5-1/2" High by 3" Wide

Metal / Material

Cottonwood Root

Download Your

GUIDE TO COLLECTING

Native American Art & Jewelry

For anyone interested in Native Jewelry, Art & Culture! Our combined knowledge of over 72+ years brought to you!

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This

Share this post with your friends!