Native American Navajo First Mesa Kachina Doll


Navajo Made First Mesa Kachina Doll

The First Mesa Kachina dancer encourages growth in crops, particularly corn. In their semi-arid land, it is absolutely essential to the people to have supernaturals on their side. The First Mesa Kachina leads the procession to the other mesas so that the rituals may be carried out. It is believed that the supernaturals have certain powers that the First Mesa Kachinas do not have and the First Mesas in return possess things that their supernaturals desire.

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Dimensions: 6″, 10″ and 12″

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