Vintage Route 66 Hopi Kachina Doll Three Horns (payik’ala) Circa 1950s-60s For Sale
This Route 66 Hopi Kachina Doll is from a 1927 city of Fullerton, CA, historic “Landmark” estate.
Route 66 Hopi Kachinas are typically small, simple designs that were originally made for sale in trading posts and other tourist stops throughout the Southwest. They were made as early as the 1940's. They are usually carved from a single piece of Cottonwood root.
This is a beautiful example of a Cottonwood Kachina and is labled Three Horns (or Payik’ala) on the bottom. We estimate it dates from the 1950s – 60s and stands 6” tall.
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