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Gourd - Native American Hopi Corn Maiden Kachina

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This Hopi style Corn Kachina is made from gourd, polymer clay, and air dry clay with turquoise earrings. The indian corn was used in place of the traditional yellow corn on this piece to add a variety to corn maiden kachinas

Size 5.5" wide X 12.5" tall

Each piece of artwork comes with a historical and/or artist card to explain the individual artwork created by the artist.

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"Hopi Corn Maiden Kachina"

The Corn Maiden Kachina is important because corn or maize is such a vital part of traditional native life. The Hopi people used dry farming methods and grew several varieties of corn in the arid country where they live. Corn is a good staple for their diets because it stores easily, when dried and can be adapted to many different types of recipes. The Corn Maiden purifies the women who grind the corn for ceremonies and other uses.


My Native Canadian Heritage is Ojibwe. My Great Grandmother was full blooded Ojibwe.

Disclaimer: My artwork cannot be called Native American made as I cannot qualify for that status.


Payment by Paypal, Money Order, Cashier's Check or personal check Only.
(Payment must clear before item is sent)

Item will ship once payment is received and processed
This Hopi style Corn Kachina is made from gourd, polymer clay, and air dry clay with turquoise earrings. The indian corn was used in place of the traditional yellow corn on this piece to add a variety to corn maiden kachinas

Size 5.5" wide X 12.5" tall

Each piece of artwork comes with a historical and/or artist card to explain the individual artwork created by the artist.

(ie)

"Hopi Corn Maiden Kachina"

The Corn Maiden Kachina is important because corn or maize is such a vital part of traditional native life. The Hopi people used dry farming methods and grew several varieties of corn in the arid country where they live. Corn is a good staple for their diets because it stores easily, when dried and can be adapted to many different types of recipes. The Corn Maiden purifies the women who grind the corn for ceremonies and other uses.


My Native Canadian Heritage is Ojibwe. My Great Grandmother was full blooded Ojibwe.

Disclaimer: My artwork cannot be called Native American made as I cannot qualify for that status.


Payment by Paypal, Money Order, Cashier's Check or personal check Only.
(Payment must clear before item is sent)

Item will ship once payment is received and processed

Reviews

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Reviewed by christin glynn
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 5, 2017
Outstanding - incredible workmanship.
A little pricey or I'd get more, but this is truly beautiful.
RESERVED for GLYNN - Gourd -American Buffalo Hunter Kachina

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Gourd - Native American Hopi Corn Maiden Kachina

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Size: 5.5" X 12.5" inches
  • Materials: gourd, polymer clay, paper clay, paint, turquoise
  • Feedback: 1 reviews
  • Favorited by: 33 people
  • Gift message available

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From United States
in Durham, North Carolina

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