Native American Navajo Horse Kachina Doll


Navajo Made Horse Kachina Doll

The horse is a fairly new Kachina. Its name is derived from the Spanish word for horse, caballo. The Hopi long preferred the burro as a beast of burden, so the horse was not adopted by them until quite late. The Horse Kachina is usually seen in Mixed Dances. He is said to represent the spirit of the horse and is identified by the black figure of a horse painted on each cheek of his white mask.

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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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