Ripened Corn kachina doll
  • Ripened Corn kachina doll
  • Ripened Corn kachina doll

SOLD Ripened Corn kachina doll “Hemis” – HOPI

  • Reference: EDNA1002
  • Origin: Oraibi, Arizona, USA
  • Period: Circa 1970
  • Height: 30,5 cm
  • Materials: Cottonwood, cotton string, wool cloth, leather, feathers, corn husk, flat cedar
  • Price: SOLD

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Description

This kachina is most often used for the “Niman” or Home Going Ceremony.
After 6 months it’s time for the kachinas to leave this world for 6 months.
This function is to bring the mature corn to the people and indicate that the corn crop is assured.

This is one of the most classic figures.


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