ANGWUSHAHAY'I - Rare Katsina doll Angwushahay'i ( Antes 210) or Kachina Angwushahái -i ( Colton 13). Circa 1930. Hopi , Arizona, USA The Mask is the raven bride " Angwushahay'i " (3rd Mesa ) recognizable by its two black inverted triangles and superimposed . This is a slight variation of the Tumas Crow Mother ( 1st Mesa ) . Triangles are painted the bride on a green background chlorophyll whose shades and transparencies , make this a true Kachina animated by a strong inner life gem.
Eblouissant Kachina aux ailes -oreilles de papillon Hopi, Arizona, U.S.A.
Hopi Carved Wood Kachina Doll, representing Shalako Kachina, the case mask with horns, square snout, and popeyes, fur collar, and painted detail overall, (minor wood loss), ht. 15 1/2 in.
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