This sweet Navajo doll is grinding corn in the traditional way of the Navajo People. She is also wearing the traditional outfit of the older women - a soft blouse and long fabric skirt. Her facial features are drawn on her fabric face which is framed with black wool hair tied back in the traditional bun of the Navajo. There is a mono and matate for grinding corn.The stand the woman sits on measures about 4" from the stand to the top of the weaver's head. I am listing four of these dolls and each varies a little in size.