The Corn Maiden Kachina is the most common female impersonation. She is said to purify the women who grind corn for ceremonies and other purposes. Approximately 5” tall. Signed by artist.
Considered a supernatural spirit who taught basic skills to the Indian people which ensured good nature and well-being. Kachinas are considered sacred beings because they give guidance to the people.
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