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Native American
Circa 20th Century

Kachinas were made primarily to illustrate symbols and symbolic paraphernalia used in the personation of the gods, a form of artistic expression. The Kachina represent mortal men personifying the gods as seen in festivals or ceremonies. The Kachinas are spirits of the ancients a supernatural responsible for a wide variety of religious and social activities.

These Kachina Dolls were made in the second half of the 20th century. They depict  American Indian Kachina dancers, which in turn represent spirits and forces important to the traditional and modern Native American way of Life. The artists have effectively combined color and feathers with the physical form and stance of the dancer.

Carved Wood – Painted, applied Feathers and Dress
Signed on base bottoms by there makers.
Height: Average 8″

Inventory: DA-N-3179

$ 745.00 – collection

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