(d-0038) Pair Of Vintage Navajo Dolls



A Pair Of Beautifully Crafted Navajo Dolls Dated To The 1940s By The Tin Work On Them Both
– Both dolls have really great wigs made up of single sewn pieces of thread to make the hairs tied in the elaborate Navajo chong hairdo in the back worn by both men and women
– Both dolls wear concho belts made up of tin and glass beads
– The female doll also has tin jewelry representing the Navajo sterling buttons used to close the blouse
– The dolls are made of old cotton that could be flour or rice sacks
– Their features are embroidered
– Both wear moccasins
– The woman wears a lavender cotton underskirt and navy blue polka dot skirt
– Both dolls wear blouses sewn of velvet
– The male doll wears a beaded jaclaa necklace
– The dolls are 10 1/4″ tall
– Native American Dolls & Kachinas


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