This sculpture measures 22.5" x 12" x 16" and includes a 3" wooden stand. Acquired from a private collection in California. "Around 1090 CE, the Sinagua people lived in Central and Northern Arizona. Despite their name, which means 'Without Water' in Spanish, the Sinagua had water in abundance and were successful farmers, artisans, and traders. However, in 1450 CE, the Sinagua disappeared from archaeological record. The mystery of where they went may never be solved." - Susan Kliewer. The owner has authorized us to lower the price to $5,500. This is a sold out bronze that is valued at $6,800. This is a wonderful collector's opportunity.