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NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO SQUASH KACHINA BY DORADEEN FRANK

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This marvelous Squash Kachina was made out of cottonwood and is painted with detail by Navajo artist  Doradeen Frank.  Doradeen carves a variety of  kachinas.  Signed

4  1/4″ tall x 2  3/4″ long x 2  3/4″ wide

The Patung or Squash Kachina, is a chief kachina of wuya for the Pumpkin Clan.  Plants are of great importance to the people, because of their dependence upon them for food.

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Weight .5 lbs
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