Antique American Indian Art, LLC. Hand Carved from Cottonwood Root.The Supai kachina represents the Havasupai people. This kachina appears usually during the water kiva ceremonies or during the spring and summer ceremonies. This kachina also is referred to as the Havasupai uncle or Havasupai side dancer who will dance beside other kachinas and motions to the song that is being sung during the ceremony. We do our best to pack them well, but due to their fragile nature and even with the best packing, small pieces can break.
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We will be adding lots of quality Antique American Indian Art over the next few months. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American: US\1935-Now\Dolls & Kachinas".
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