Kachina, Yo-we
American Southwest Heritage
Kachina, Yo-we
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Collect Kachinas from the Southwest Reservation!

In the late 1600's the Hopis rebelled against the Spanish priests at the same time as the Pueblos along the Rio Grande, but in contrast to the eastern groups the Hopis were never reconquered. Yo-we is thought to be the kachina that killed the priest at Oraibi during the revolt.
This vintage Kachina stands 9.00 inches tall (23cm) hand carved and painted in bright colors, has some imperfections. A beautiful piece of American Southwest spirit art.

Handcrafted by Native American Artists