Kokokshi, Hututu & Sunface Katsina

By Robert Cachini

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Energetic and vibrant acrylic paints decorate a Kokokshi, Hututu and Zuni Sunface katsina doll that's all hand-carved of cottonwood by Robert Cachini. Hututu is a sacred katsina who is the Rain Priest of The South and a deputy to the Longhorn katsina during Shalako, an annual religious ceremony held at Zuni Pueblo. He makes a sound like his name. A Corn Maiden is also nestled within this double-sided woodwork that's approximately 14" tall, 4 1/2" wide and 4 1/4" deep.  Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.