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kr-2101 Black Bird Kachina Dancer- Signed
Apache Black Bird Dancer
The Black Bird Dancer kachina doll was handmade and signed by kachina artist Robert Cruz. It is decorated with feathers, fur and leather and has a pebble covered base. The Black Bird says, "I watch you soar, I can see your dance. When I close my eyes we share the sky." 14 inches tall and 8 inches wides.
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Apache Sun Priest Kachina Dancers
Apache Sun
by Joseph Cruz
kj-4002 Sun Priest Kachina Dancers
Sun Priest Kachina Dancers is handmade and signed by kachina artist Joseph Cruz. Two kachinas stand on one base, representing Priests who worship the Sun God. They are wearing wool blankets and have wooden sunface Apache designs for the heads and legs. The leggings are handcarved and pebbles top the base. 8 1/2 inches x 6 inches wide.
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kr-20203 Windmaker Kachina Doll
The Windmaker Kachina Dancer was handmade and signed by Robert Cruz, kachina artist. Made of wood, the Windmaker kachina doll is wearing brown and black leather clothing painted with a white Native American design. Wearing a wood Apache Crown, he holds 2 feather and wooden ball windmakers in his hands, with white leather strips hanging down from each arm. His body is painted white with red-brown dots. He wears leather moccasins and stands on a brown wooden base. 13 inches tall and 5 1/2 inches wide.
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12kb116 Navajo Butterfly Kachina Signed
Kachina called Butterfly is handcrafted and signed by Navajo kachina artist C.T. and is made of wood, feathers, leather and fur. 7.9 inches tall. Free Shipping.
Kb20-401 Zuni Hemis Kachina by Navajo artist L. Livingston
The Hemis kachina is handmade by Navajo artist L. Livingston and is made of cottonwood with leather skirt and shoes, turquoise beads, shells, fur and feathers. The Hemis kachina is believed to bring rain to insure the corn crop and is used in the Niman Ceremony or the Home-going ceremony when one must leave the mesas on a hunting trip. The Hemis Kachina, or Jemez Kachina, is one of them. Kachinas are borrowed from other puebloes because they appear particularly effective in bringing rain or in exercising their other attributes. The Hemis Kachina is most often used for the Niman or Home-Going Ceremony when the kachinas leave the Mesas for six months. It is one of the most appropriate kachinas for this farewell, as it is the first kachina to bring mature corn to the people, indicating that the corn crop is assured. Shipping is free.