Hopi frog musical gourd, rasp, scapula, 1960s, from Shungopavi, Second Mesa
Hopi painted gourd, wooden rasp, and a scapula. The gourd has a frog, a raincloud, and tadpole designs painted on it, and it is 10" wide at the widest part, and about 5 1/2" wide at the rim. It has a small hairline crack. The scapula and rasp are played together as a musical instrument, or used to hit the gourd. The rasp is 17" long and about 1 1/4" wide. Unusual find.