Intricate Hand Carved and Painted New Style Shalakos and Ha-Haii-Wuhti Kachinas Standing on a Pond Base. The male (Taka) and female (Mana) Shalako kachinas are tall cloud and rain kachinas. The tabletas, headdresses, represent clouds and the overlapping feather gowns represent the rain. Haha-i Wuhti or Pouring Water Grandmother, accompanies and guides the very tall Shalako through an elaborate ritual. She is also the first kachina given to the Hopi babies.
9" Doll Height
14" Total Height
Item #: C2138
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