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"Kuwan Heheya," "Humming Bird," and "Eagle" Navajo Style Kachina Figures

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A collection of three Navajo style kachina figures. Features one Eagle dancer bearing leather, rabbit fur, synthetic feathers, and turkey feathers, signed in ink to the underside. Also includes one Humming Bird figure with rabbit fur and leather, mounted to a wood base that is seemingly signed ‘R. Willhall’ to the underside in ink. In addition, one Kuwan Heheya singer carved nearly completely out of wood and adorned with feathers and yarn, signed to the underside of the foot and supplied with a metal base.

Brand Unmarked
Religion or Sect American Pueblo Cultures
Subject Dancer, Kachina
Materials Rabbit, Feather, Wood
Marks Signed in ink to the underside
Period Contemporary
Number of Items 3


- Kuwan Heheya kachina has bent and missing feathers, split of wood to the reverse.
- Eagle kachina has loose strips of rabbit fur and a cut feather to the head.
- Humming Bird kachina is missing top headdress, both ears, and an item to the left-facing hand. Fur around neck is peeling away from the body. Ink to underside is fading, seemingly signed “R. Willhall.”


20.0" W x 20.0" H x 20.0" D

- measures grouped for shipping.
- Eagle kachina measures 6.5" width, 9.75" height, 6" depth.

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