One of the finest makers of storyteller dolls today, Carol Lucero-Gachupin of the Jemez Pueblo is known for the lifelike quality of her storyteller dolls. This one-of-a-kind Carol Lucero-Gachupin Storyteller Doll—seated with her moccasin-clad legs extending from underneath her flared skirt—holds 3 children. Fully and beautifully finished on the sides and back, this Storyteller Doll was made from locally gathered and hand-coiled clay, then fired outdoors in the traditional manner. Excepting the “turquoise” necklace, all the paints are handmade from natural materials. Handcrafted in New Mexico.