Todays listing is for aniceZuni kachina. The Zuni carver that created this uniquekachina isRoderick Quam. This kachina is called "Corn Maiden" and measures about6 3/8" tall,is about1 3/8" in width and has a2 1/4" base.Roderick carves 6 different Corn Maidens, all being a different color. This one is his "Red" Corn MaidenThe bottom is signed "Corn Maiden", "Roderick Quam","Zuni" and Rodericks ever present bear paw.The pictures were taken with natural daylight, no flash or other lighting were used.
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Shipping - US shipping is $5.50. Shipping to Canada is $6.00 and any International shipping is $8.00 for First Class International Mail. Most shipping occurs within 24 hours of receiving payment.
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This listing is in compliance with the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990.
The mission of NAM is to support our Native American Artists while making authentic art available and affordable to the public. Some sellers on will warn you of the fakes & low prices . . . that's simply because they want you to pay their higher prices. I agree there is a lot of fake jewelry out there, but there's still some of us honest folks too! NAM offers a very fair price for our items and guarantee the authenticity of each item. NAM will provide the artists name since the majority of our inventory is purchased directly from the artists. On it is very common for sellers to only list the hallmark since they really don't buy from or even know the name of the artist. This is a violation of the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990.