Native American Hopi Carved 18" Talavai Kachina Doll titled/signed/inscribed: Talavai Frederick Hopi. Has a little glue residue on the bottom. Condition: “Appears to have a few slight nicks in brown wood area of cloak. The feathers on the back have reglue with white bubbling on side; some nicks on back area of the head”.
Hopi Morning Singers, (Talavai Kachinas) used to appear in pairs on the rooftops and sing songs, waking the Hopi people in the village. During the day, they would dance with the other kachinas, whom they led and prompted in the singing. They still appear with the other kachinas in the *Powamu Ceremony and are most often standing in a set to one side of the main movement of the procession. Occasionally, they sing as they stand holding their spruce trees and ringing their bells.
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