Native American Navajo Clown Stump Sitter Kachina Doll

Navajo Made Clown Stump Sitter Kachina Doll

The Clown 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. The Clown’s 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 their skits and actions. Artist: Alfred Benally

Dimensions: 7.5″ tall

Price: $84.95
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