(d-0040) 1960s Hopi Kachina Doll With Tableta



An Early Unsigned Hopi Kachina Doll Of Cottonwood Root
– The doll wears an ornately carved an feathered tableta headdress with cloud and eagle feathers painted onto it
– In the back of his head are two ears of painted corn, one yellow and one blue
-A yarn ruff encircles his neck representing evergreen boughs
– He does have yarn wrist bands and a yarn cord across his chest
– He holds a rattle and whatever was in his other hand is missing
– He wears an elaborate painted kilt and sash and a carved fox skin at the back of his belt
– He is extremely detailed and has both a base stand and a cord around his neck from where he can be hung
– Paint on the tableta and sash is crackling
– With the feathers on his tableta and stand, the doll is 12″ tall x 3″ wide
– Native American Dolls & Kachinas


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