view cart menu separator categories menu separator faq
advanced search
categories  > my ebay (165)
ORIGINAL Sand art Pottery VASE with Hopi Indian AVACHOYA KACHINA  Dale White
5 images
 
ORIGINAL Sand art Pottery VASE with Hopi Indian AVACHOYA KACHINA  Dale White
ORIGINAL Sand art Pottery VASE with Hopi Indian AVACHOYA KACHINA  Dale White
ORIGINAL Sand art Pottery VASE with Hopi Indian AVACHOYA KACHINA  Dale White
ORIGINAL Sand art Pottery VASE with Hopi Indian AVACHOYA KACHINA  Dale White

ORIGINAL Sand art Pottery VASE with Hopi Indian AVACHOYA KACHINA Dale White

Price: $125.00 add to cart     
Feedback: n/a Ask seller a question
Shipping: US-Mainland: free (more destinations)
Condition: Used
Payment with: Cash On delivery,
*The store has not been updated recently. You may want to contact the merchant to confirm the availability of the product.
This is a "Sand Art" Vace with a picture of a Native Amerian Avachoya Kachina8.5 In tall x 9 In wide x 3 In deepArtist is Dale E. White of Surprise AZThis is a three dimensional One of a Kind Handmade Piece of Art"Kachina" is a Hopi term that means a variety of things, but it is most simply defined as sacred and means 'Spirit Father'. The term 'Kachinas' can refer to spirits, dancers and carved dolls:Kachinas are spirits: Deified ancestral spirits of the Pueblo people and spirits of natural phenomenaKachinas are dancers: A masked dancer believed to embody a particular spirit during a religious ceremony or ritualKachinas are costumed dolls: A carved doll wearing the costume of a particular Pueblo spirit; usually presented to a child as a giftInformation about KachinasKachinas are powerful beings or spirits who, if given due veneration and respect, could use their magical powers for the good and well-being of the people, bringing rainfall, healing, fertility, or protection. There are more than 400 different types of kachinas in the Southwest Indian Pueblo culture, and each Kachina holds different powers and influence. Kokopelli is the most famous of all the Kachina spirits. Kachinas are understood as having human like relationships and may marry and have children. Kachinas can have brothers, uncles, sisters, and grandmothers. Every Pueblo community has a local pantheon of Kachinas that represent the spirits of departed ancestors, spirits of nature, celestial bodies, plants, insects, birds and animals. Kachinas are believed to reside in the pueblo for part of each year.Hopi Indian Harvester(Avachoya)Kachina from the Hopi Pueblo.The Harvester AvachoyaKachina is one of the CornDancers which are in turn members of the Plant Kachinas or Tusak Kachinum. The Corn Dancers are the most common PlantKachinas and appear during Kiva Dances and also Plaza Dances. This Harvester would be more typical of those whichappear during the fall and winter Kiva dances.
Other Products from leestaab:View all products
ANTIQUE Wardrobe Trunk dresser collector prop~~~RARE fancy~~~TITANIC type
$199.00
Charles Field Haviland Limoges Plate finger candle tote Pattern Schleiger 1314
$34.95
Vintage Large CERVEZA MILLER LITE Bar MIRROR sign wood frame 33.5x24 Mex Spain
$49.99
Vintage 1957 LEAVES OF GOLD Anthology Prayer BOOK-by CLYDE FRANCIS LYTLE
$29.95
Retro Vintage Fabcraft 1950s Metal Ice Bucket Frenchtown NJ Bar
$15.00
Vintage Johnson Bro.Royal semi-porcelain Chamber Pot 12" x 14" Paris Red Floral
$325.00
Vintage Ivory MOP Sequin & Pearl Beaded Evening Wallet
$15.00
Orange-Coral Macrame Drawstring Purse / Bag / Cinch Sack Real Wood & Leather
$27.00
Tabletops Gallery- Hand Painted -Mosaic Dots -VASE 10" hand crafted -collector
$9.99
Vintage Wilson Metal Products Inc. Hand Wrought Aluminum Bowl With Floral Decor
$24.99
Last Updated: 7 Jan 2015 02:48:17 PST home  |  about  |  terms  |  contact
Powered by eCRATER - a free online store builder