- Kachina Carvings and Sculptures
- Quality Hand Carved Kiva Dancer Wooden Kachina Carving
Quality Hand Carved Kiva Dancer Wooden Kachina Carving
- Kiva is a Native American term meaning “the sacred meeting place in the center of the village.” It is used by Pueblo Natives for religious rituals and political meetings.
- By Roger and Grace Pino of the Navajo Tribe in New Mexico
- Approximately 18 inches tall
- Carved from wood and painted by hand