Wearing her traditional headdress called a "tablita" of gold lip shell, Waldo Davis' gorgeous antler Tablita Maiden stands 7 1/2" tall, 2 1/2" wide and 1 3/4" deep on a sandstone base. Her tablita is incised with a lovely pattern and darkened with jet paste. She's inlaid with red coral and turquoise, plus incised with Dragonfly
friends who hover over a pueblo village. Both the dragonflies and the village are also incised and darkened with jet paste, as is the tablita's maiden facial features. Her mouth is of turquoise. There are two baking ovens called 'hornos' and a ladder seen in the pueblo village. This is a wonderful, well-presented and affordable sculpture, don't miss it. Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.