Kachina - Katsina Dolls: Traditional
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According to Hopi tradition, Katsina dolls are given to children during annual ceremonies. These carvings are then hung on a wall of the family home as a reminder of the Katsinas' importance to everyday Hopi life. These dolls are not carved in as fine detail as the dolls made for commercial sale, but they are accurate in every detail. The gallery has a nice selection available, primarily from 1930 to 1960.
Kachina - Katsina DollsTraditionalAnglo-Euro (non-Native) American
Kachina - Katsina DollsTraditionalHopi Pueblo, Hopituh Shi-nu-mu - The Peaceful People
Kachina - Katsina DollsTraditionalSan Juan Pueblo, Ohkay Owingeh - Place of the Strong People
Kachina - Katsina DollsTraditionalZuni Pueblo
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