Navajo Morning Singer Kachina

$39.60

The Navajo Morning Singer Kachina represents early morning or dawn because he appears at dawn during the Bean Dance and announces the news. He sings songs to wake the village while passing out bean sprouts for the people to eat. Has a removable headdress to reveal dancer below, and carries a bell and bag of bean sprouts in his hands.

Details

  • Tribe: Navajo
  • Artist: R. Tom
  • Height: 7.5″
  • Age: Contemporary
  • Materials: Wood, Suede, Rabbit Fur, Brass (bell) and Yarn

Description

The Navajo Morning Singer Kachina represents early morning or dawn because he appears at dawn during the Bean Dance and announces the news. He sings songs to wake the village while passing out bean sprouts for the people to eat. Has a removable headdress to reveal dancer below, and carries a bell and bag of bean sprouts in his hands.

Details

  • Tribe: Navajo
  • Artist: R. Tom
  • Height: 7.5″
  • Age: Contemporary
  • Materials: Wood, Suede, Rabbit Fur, Brass (bell) and Yarn

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