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Old-fashioned Navajo people live in hogans, hexagonal log structures. Leo Benally is a Navajo who built his own hogan in a remote area of the reservation. He also made these hogan ornaments. This one depicts a hogan in the winter with snow. A wooden wagon sits beside the hogan. Wagons were used for transportation in the old days. This ornament can hang or stand. It is about three inches wide and one and a half inches tall. (8 cm. x 4 cm.)

NAVAJO WINTER WOODEN HOGAN BY LEO BENALLY

$40.00Price
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