Kachina Doll Collection

Hopi & Zuni Kachina Dolls
(sometimes called Katsina or Katchina) dolls from master Hopi and Zuni Indian carvers

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Kachinas are religious men dressed as (and who become) supernatural entities.

Kachinas are called upon for many reasons... to bring good crops, rites of passage, and more.

Kachinas are an integral part of Hopi and Zuni life.

Authentic Kachina carvings (or dolls) will always be carved from Cottonwood root.

Kachina carvings are accurate representations of ceremonial Kachinas and are kept in the homes of religious Hopi and Zuni families. 


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Older style Kachinas carvings,  seen to the right, are usually adorned with fur, turquoise, feathers, leather, and more.

Kachinas seen offered for sale here are rooted in those same religious icons but are carved as art objects... as heartfelt expressions of Hopi & Zuni life and beliefs.

In general, the finest artists bring their Kachinas to life by catching them in motion... perfectly balanced figures caught in action, the more action the better.


Skilled carvers make their Kachinas from just 1 piece of cottonwood root.

However, even the finest carvings will have some adornments carved separately and then placed on the Kachina.

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Here you will find the most recent additions to our collections.
 Whether it be pottery, Kachinas, Zuni fetishes, jewelry... every
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Zuni Fetish Gallery
Our fetish gallery contains a complete, high quality Zuni fetish collection.
 Whether you are just beginning your collection or have collected Zuni fetishes
 for years we can help you.  Our fetish gallery is constantly changing. Please call us
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Lifelike Fetish Sculptures
The arrival of high speed, diamond bit drills to Zuni
has enabled carvers to create stone animals that literally seem alive!!
Click here to see the lifelike animal carvings from accomplished Zuni masters.

Pueblo Pottery
Visit our collection of high quality, authentic,
pottery from Hopi, Zuni, Acoma, Mata Ortiz and other Pueblos

Zuni Beaded Figures

See a wonderful collection of beaded figures and animals.


Prayer Feathers and Ceremonial Fans

Prayer Feathers and Ceremonial Fans

While our Prayer feathers are made for Native American use, many
 non Indigenous people use them and display them as art.


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