• Format/Object name:

    Female doll

  • Date created:

    1963

  • Artists/Makers:

    Kay Bennett (Kay C. "Kaibah" Bennett), Diné (Navajo), 1922-1997

  • Place:

    Near Sheep Springs; Sheep Springs, Navajo Reservation; San Juan County; New Mexico; USA

  • Media/Materials:

    Wool felt, cotton cloth, velveteen, sequins, glass bead/beads, rickrack, hair, paint

  • Techniques:

    Beaded , sewn, painted

  • Collection History/Provenance:

    Purchased by Indian Arts and Crafts Board representatives from the Department of the Interior Indian Craft Shop (Washington, DC) in 1963; part of the IACB Headquarters collection (Department of the Interior, Washington, DC) until 2000 when it was transferred to NMAI.

  • Dimensions:

    34.4 x 19.5 x 11 cm

  • Catalog number:

    25/6959

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