Native American Navajo Crow Mother Kachina Doll


Navajo Made Crow Mother Kachina Doll

The Crow Mother is the mother of the Whipper Kachinas and is considered by many Hopi to be the mother of all Kachinas. She leads other Kachinas into the village during Powamu bearing in her arms a basket of corn kernels and bean sprouts to symbolically start the new season properly. The Crow Mother appears during the Bean Dance on all three mesas.

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Dimensions: 6″, 10″ and 12″

6″ Doll
Price: $42.95
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10″ Doll
Price: $49.95
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12″ Doll
Price: $64.95
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