Southwest Kachinas and pottery collection
Between CR466 & CR466A
The five Kachinas (between 11″& 14″H) were carved by Zuni Indian craftsmen in the 1960’s. They are considered mid-grade Kachinas and would sell today between $150 and $250 each at southwestern Indian art businesses in Arizona and New Mexico. The pottery creations are the work of Navajo and Zuni Indians and would sell for between $150-$250 collectively. Because of their color and uniqueness, this southwestern art collection provides a colorful focal point and item of conversation in any living room decor.