Oldest House Indian Shop Barrio De Analco Historic District 215 E. De Vargas St. Santa Fe. NM  87501 505-988-2488 inquiry@oldesthouseindianshop.com Open 9:00 am - 6:00 pm every day Closed Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas
…where the past lives on…
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De Vargas Street House  “The Oldest House”
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Native American Kachina, 16½” Tall Koyemsi (Mudhead) Alton E. Honahni Sr. $1225.00 
SKU:  NAK-AEHMH
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The   Mudhead   Kachina   (Koyemsi),   is   a   clown   who   appears   in   many Hopi   ceremonies.   They   entertain   the   crowds   with   drumming,   dancing and   games.   They   organize   events/competitions   and   award   prizes   to participants.   They   also   play   an   important   role   in   teaching/reminding   the village   members   of   behaviors   that   are   helpful   and/or   harmful   to   the well-being of the community.
Native American Kachina 13” Tall Toho (Mountain Lion) Bobby Quochytewa $900.00 Native American Kachina 15½” Tall Mongwa (Owl) John Poleahla $1125.00 Native American Kachina 16” Tall Hahai-i-wuhti (Chief) Alvin James Sr. $2400.00
Barrio De Analco Historic District
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Norman Akers
Copyright  2017 Oldest House Indian Shop
Oldest House Indian Shop Barrio De Analco Historic District 215 E. De Vargas St. Santa Fe. NM  87501 505-988-2488 inquiry@oldesthouseindianshop.com Open 9:00 am - 6:00 pm every day Closed Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas
Timeless Treasures
…where the past lives on…
<< Back to Kachinas
Native American Kachina, 16½” Tall Koyemsi (Mudhead) Alton E. Honahni Sr. $1225.00 
SKU:  NAK-AEHMH
More Kachinas
View More
Jewelry
Kachinas
Pottery
Gifts
Flutes
Fetishes
Arts &Crafts
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The    Mudhead    Kachina    (Koyemsi),    is    a    clown    who    appears    in    many    Hopi ceremonies.   They   entertain   the   crowds   with   drumming,   dancing   and   games.   They organize   events/competitions   and   award   prizes   to   participants.   They   also   play   an important    role    in    teaching/reminding    the    village    members    of    behaviors    that    are helpful and/or harmful to the well-being of the community.
Native American Kachina 16” Tall Hahai-i-Wuhti (Chief) Alvin James Sr. $2400.00 Native American Kachina 15½” Tall Mongwa (Owl) John Poleahla $1125.00 Native American Kachina 13” Tall Toho (Mountain Lion) Bobby Quochytewa $900.00 Native American Kachina 16½” Tall Chevayo (Ogre) Alton E. Honahni Sr. $1450.00
Paintings
Norman Akers