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COLORFUL HEHEYA KACHINA NATIVE AMERICAN KACHINA BY LYNN YAZZIE

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This Colorful Heheya is wonderfully carved out of cotton wood.  Hand made by Lynn Yazzie.  A great addition to your Native American art or kachina collection.  Signed

10″ tall x 5” long x 3  5/8” wide

The Kuwan Heheya or the Colorful Heheya kachina is one of the group dancers often chosen for the Niman Katsina on First Mesa and is entrusted in asking the gods for rain.

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Weight 3 lbs
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