Native American Navajo Clown Kachina Dolls in a Treehouse


Navajo Made Clown Kachina Dolls in a Treehouse

A very popular Kachina, he is easily recognized when painted with horizontal black and white stripes over his entire body. He is usually shown in a humorous pose, gorging on watermelon or some other food. There are many varieties of this Kachina. His primary function is one of amusement for the audience during pauses in Kachina dancing or as a leavening for the seriousness of a major ceremony. Oftentimes there is an object lesson on improper behavior or a social commentary present in the skits and actions of the clowns. It is said that the Clown Kachina is considered the conscience of the people. Alfred does these WONDERFUL figures all perched in a tree and always one on a swing. We are so glad to have him making these pieces again after a two-year hiatus. Artist: Alfred Benally
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Dimensions: 18″ tall x approx 13″ wide

Price: $389.95
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Navajo Made Clown Kachina Dolls in a Treehouse


The Native American Indian Artists use only genuine feathers, furs, bones, beads, leather, wood, stone, etc. in the making of each work of art. There is nothing artificial used unless it is required by law. No parts of animals such as bones, feathers, etc. are from any animals considered endangered. The feathers used are from Wild Turkeys.

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