This beautiful sculpture was done by Navajo artist Jack Black in 1984. Each piece was individually molded, sanded and glazed, tfore no two are exactly alike. This particular work was finished with a teal matte finish and stands a total of 11" high to the top of his hat. 4 1/2" at the widest point and 5 3/4"at the deepest. When Mr. Black died in 2002, all of his molds were destroyed. A great Native American artist whose work graces but a few homes who truly appreciate his work, don't miss out on this beautiful piece of newer American history that will be the stuff collectors in the future will covet. Low starting bid and no reserve.
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