Zuni Beaded Koshari Clown. Koshari, Koyala, Hano or Tewa are the namees of a clown that is often seen on the Hopi Mesas. Clown kachinas provide amusement during Kachina ceremonies. Often shown with watermelons they behave in the usual manner of Pueblo clowns, engaging in loud and boisterous conversation, immoderate actions, and gluttony. Sits approx 2" high.