SOLD Iroquoian corn husk doll – ONONDAGA

  • Reference: EDNA1074
  • Origin: Ontario, Canada
  • Period: Circa 1960
  • Height: 27 cm
  • Materials: Corn husk, cotton cloth, wood, deer skin, feather, glass beads, silk, red wool cloth, on stand.
  • Price: SOLD

If you are interested in purchasing this doll, please send me a message using the contact form, specifying the reference of the doll, and your location for shipping costs and details.

Description

Male singer corn husk doll, with the traditional water drum made in a wood bucket.

This Onondaga doll wears the red cloth wool coat, his loincloth is beaded with floral designs.

This is a rare piece.

  • Read more
    Read more

    Katchina doll of Navaho deity, “Yei” – HOPI

  • Read more
    Read more

    Katchina doll, “Palik Mana” – HOPI

  • Read more
    Read more

    Iroquoian corn husk doll, False Face Society mask, “Whistler” – ONONDAGA

  • Antique woman with baby cradleboard doll - CROW.
    Read more
    Read more

    Woman with baby cradleboard doll – CROW (APSAROKE)

  • Read more
    Read more

    Iroquoian corn husk dolls – CAYUGA

  • Owl kachina doll "Hololo" - HOPI
    Read more
    Read more

    Owl kachina doll “Hololo” – HOPI

  • Ogre kachina doll "Chaveyo" - HOPI
    Read more
    Read more

    Ogre kachina doll “Chaveyo” – HOPI

  • Antique no face maiden doll - SAN CARLOS APACHE
    Read more
    Read more

    No face young maiden doll – SAN CARLOS APACHE

  • Read more
    Read more

    Tablita doll – not a kachina – HOPI

  • Shalako kachina doll, Zuñi cloud divinity "Sio Shalako" - HOPI
    Read more
    Read more

    SOLD Shalako kachina doll, Zuñi cloud divinity “Sio Shalako” – HOPI