Last of the Kachina doll collection. This doll carved and created by Navajo artist A. Largo. This Kachina has an unusual headdress and mask with jar-like protrusions from his head, face and ear area. These dancers play games and may make announcements for events, according to Hope lore, Mudhead is neither man nor a Kachina. But a spirit equipped with drum (tom tom) and drumstick. He has fur on his mask with the protrusion over top and has fur down his back to signify a tail. He wears ornamental black dyed buckskin in his arms and legs above his moccasins. He also wears a colorful Breech cloth/loin cloth. He is 12 inches tall. 1985. He is in excellent condition.
1980's, Dolls, Kachina Doll Collection, Native American
The Mudhead Kachina
Availability: 1 in stock
|Dimensions||17.25 × 12.75 × 10.00 in|