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HUGE 20" ROS GEORGE Hopi Cottonwood root Deer Kachina ,published Master Carver

HUGE 20" ROS GEORGE Hopi Cottonwood root Deer Kachina ,published Master Carver

Hopi Kachina Master Carver Ros George's biography is published in both the Greg Shaff and Theda Bassman kachina reference books. Item: Hopi Indian Deer Kachina by Ros George.

Rare KACHINA probablement KAWAIKA Cottonwood, pigments, crin, plumes Hopi, Arizona, Sud Ouest des Etats Unis d'Amerique vers 1950 - 1960 Ht 34 cm Kawaika est le seul kachina repertorie a la tabletta composee… - Eve - 30/05/2016

Rare KACHINA probablement KAWAIKA Cottonwood, pigments, crin, plumes Hopi, Arizona, Sud Ouest des Etats Unis d'Amerique vers 1950 - 1960 Ht 34 cm Kawaika est le seul kachina repertorie a la tabletta composee… - Eve - 30/05/2016

Kachina Zuni Shalako Hopi, Arizona, U.S.A Circa 1930 Bois de cottonwood, pigments, plumes H: 27,5 cm Très belle représentation de Shalako, le masque caractéristique portant des cornes latérales Les yeux… - Eve - 15/12/2014

Kachina Zuni Shalako Hopi, Arizona, U.A - Circa 1930 Bois de cottonwood, pigments, plumes

152: Mid 20th c. Hopi Mudhead kachina doll : Mid 20th century Hopi Koyemsi or Mudhead kachina doll, carved from cottonwood and hand painted, depicted with the red mud mask, feathers, and holding a rattle, a clown depicted in many ceremonies as a music maker or announcer.

152: Mid 20th c. Hopi Mudhead kachina doll : Mid 20th century Hopi Koyemsi or Mudhead kachina doll, carved from cottonwood and hand painted, depicted with the red mud mask, feathers, and holding a rattle, a clown depicted in many ceremonies as a music maker or announcer.

Butterfly Maiden Kachina Doll. Hand carved by master carver and artist, Milton Howard. Individually hand carved in intricate detail of traditional cottonwood root and hand painted. Each Kachina will vary slightly from the photograph. For the serious Kachina and Southwest art collector. Copyright milnejewelry.com

Museum quality Kachina doll by artist, Milton Howard. Hand carved of traditional cottonwood. For the Kachina doll and Southwest art collectors.

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