Native American Hopi Carved Mudhead Katsina Doll
Native American Hopi Carved Mudhead Katsina Doll by John Fredericks
This Mudhead (Toson Koyemsi) is the Sweet Cornmeal-Tasting Mudhead who demands the girls grind corn. He returns four days later to sit and taste the cornmeal to see if it was well ground and sweet. This version with the long robe is the Second Mesa version. The robe is simply carved and painted. A very sweet carving by John.
10.25 in. tall