(d-0035) kneeling Iroquois False Face Doll



This Doll Depicts A Dancer From The Iroquois Wearing A False Face Mask
– These masks are used in healing ceremonies
– The doll was collected in New York State prior to 1983
– The mask is carved wood with glass bead eyes and corn husk fringe
– The dolls body is made of corn husk
– The breach clout, armbands, and moccasins are commercial leather with glass beads
– Fox hair anklets adorn the dancer’s ankles
– The doll is 4 1/4″ long x 4″ wide x 7″ tall
– Native American Dolls & Kachinas


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