Traditional Handmade Storyteller Nativity Kiva Scene Mary Joseph and Baby Jesus with Animals
The Storyteller is an important part of Native American culture as she is responsible for the passing down of traditions and legends to the younger members of the community. She is a nurturer and teacher as well as a symbol of wisdom and cultivation. This storyteller display depicts the traditional nativity scene of Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus in a Native American kiva. By Eva Plummer of the Navajo Tribe. Approximately 4 inches tall and 6 1/2 inches in diameter. Hand sculpted from clay. Due to the nature of handmade items, some variations may occur.