Native American Navajo Mother Crow Miniature Kachina Doll JX121846

Regular Price: $45.98

Special Price $22.99

Availability: In stock

Miniature Kachina is approximately 4-1/2" tall including a 2-1/8" base and is 2-1/2" wide at widest points.

A form of religious folk art attributed mostly to the Hopi. The dolls are wooden images, which represent the men who dance in costume, mask and paint as kachina spirits in Hopi villages from 21st December (winter solstice) through the third week in July. Kachinas represent the supernatural, the spirit or essence of animate and inanimate objects in nature who benefit the Hopi by bringing rain for a successful planting, fertility for animals and man, cures for illnesses, justice for lawbreakers, and humor for appropriate circumstances. Authentic dolls are carved from the root of the cottonwood tree only after it has broken away.

The mother crow is known for watching over the children as they play.

This Miniature Kachina doll was hand crafted by Navajo artist Maxine Chee. Miniature Kachina dolls will vary slightly.

Additional Info

Additional Info
SKU JX121846
Material Details Wood, Leather, Feathers, Fur
Measurements and Info Miniature Kachina is approximately 4-1/2" tall including a 2-1/8" base and is 2-1/2" wide at widest points.
Item Color N/A
Stamped By Artist
Categories Kachinas
Artist Maxine Chee
Tribe Navajo
Animal or Symbol N/A

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