Vibrantly painted colors along with fur and leather accents, this roadrunner kachina is a beautiful display of Navajo artwork by carver Kenneth Largo. The piece features a turquoise painted face with white and black accents, its head and neck finished with fur and feathers. It holds sticks in each hand and features red leather along the arms and across the chest, while additional leather surrounds its waist, painted in geometric designs in white, red, turquoise, and black. Brown leather is also tied around the arms and ankles, with moccasins painted in white, black, and brown. The roadrunner kachina is said to assist in bringing rain and ward off witchcraft to protect homes. 11″ tall x 4 3/4″ wide x 3 1/2″ deep.