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Hopi Pueblo Katsina Kachina Doll Circa 1930's

Wilson Tawaquptewa

Hopi Pueblo Katsina Kachina Doll Circa 1930's

Wilson Tawaquaptewa (1871-1960) was born of the Bear Clan in the Hopi Village of Oraibi, Third Mesa, Arizona, in 1871. After the split between the friendlies and the hostiles at Oraibi in 1906, Tawaquaptewa began to produce Katsina figures, rattles, tabletas, dance wands and other traditional Hopi accoutrements. To preserve their sacred nature, he would take artistic license when creating his Katsinas that were soley for sale. In very good overall condition with minor restoration: the right horn and tube snout have been professionally replaced. Paint is all original with minimal signs of wear. Measures 10 1/4" tall N941 

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