Hopi Large Mudhead Kachina with Drum c. 1940-50s, 36" x 14" x 11" (K1634-018)


Additional Information

  • Circa: 1940-50s
  • Size: 36'' x 14'' x 11''
This kachina has surface wear and some paint loss. There is some cracks along the body and sings of old restoration to the arms. Acquired from the grandson of Oscar and Ethel Branson The Branson's owned the Treasure House in Old Town, Albuquerque and in Santa Fe, New Mexico. They also authored several Native American and Southwest art books. DISCLAIMER ON KACHINAS: Due to the fragile nature of this kachina, it is available for local pick up at our gallery in Tucson, Arizona or for a hand delivery service. Due to the fragile nature of these dolls, we do not guarantee their condition. Kachina dolls may have missing accoutrements, repaired limbs, or broken parts. If you are purchasing kachina dolls, please keep this in mind. You are welcome to contact us to review their condition

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