Native America Kachina Dolls
Hopi Kokopelli Kachina - He is found in all pueblos of the southwest. A flute player, baby maker, seducer and good luck for hunters Kachina. In ancient Indian legend, Kokopelli the flute player was the symbol of happiness and joy. He talked to the wind and the sky. His flute could be heard in the Spring breeze, bringing warmth after the winter cold.
This Hopi Chasing Star Katsina Kachina Doll was made by Milton Howard, master Native American wood carver. This Kachina doll, which represents the stars, planets & sometimes meteors streaking thru the skies, is unsurpassed in Milton's attention to detail. From the fine lines of the feather work to the carving of his exquisite headdress that features a miniature Sunface, this wood sculpture doesn't miss a thing! $660.00 #Alltribes
Kachina Doll by Milton Howard, Mountain Lion Katsina Hand Carved and Painted Cottonwood Root 8 1/4 x 5 3/4 x 3 1/4 inches $980.00. AAIA, Inc. deals in antique & contemporary Native American Indian art and artifacts. We Buy, Sell, Consign, Appraise, Restore & Research. #Antique #American #Indian #Art (949) 813-7202 firstname.lastname@example.org
Fully feathered & furred, this doll is an amazing & irreplaceable example of #Native #American creativity & craftsmanship. This #handmade #Owl #Kachina #Doll has been captured in mid-step as he dances to bring snow & cold weather essential to the growth of crops. He also warns the tribe to conserve their energy until the time is right, Spring! The clay painted dancer is a commanding figure with a magnificent rabbit fur head topped off by hand cut feathers. $250.00 #Alltribes
This #vintage, hand #carved #Hopi #Deer #Kachina #Doll is a #one-of-a-kind #Native #American collectible. This authentic, #Hopi Kachina is superb in its presence & meaning. The #Deer Kachina appears in Plaza Dances either as a group in the Line Dance or as an individual in the Mixed Dance. He, as well as all other herbivore animals, makes the rains come and the grass grow. $250.00 #Alltribes
Full of the hopes of harmony & renewal, this is an inspired & affordable example of Native American creativity & craftsmanship. This vibrant Sunface Kachina Doll has been captured in mid-step as he dances to represent the spirit of the sun, offering shelter & warmth to the old & inspiring playfulness in the youngsters. $88.00 #Alltribes
This Hopi Kachina Doll was created by Leonard Taho, master Native American wood carver sometime in the 1990's. Originally, the kachina doll was devised as a teaching tool given to children as part of their cultural and religious training. Leonard has brought the Rattle Kachina to life in this detailed carving with a multi-colored base that is a work of art in itself. The base includes a colorful stepped mesa & a traditional Hopi Sunface! $880.00 #Alltribes