Native American Hopi Carved Rabbit Stick Hunter Katsina Doll

Description
Native American Hopi Carved Rabbit Stick Hunter Katsina Doll by Dominic East
Rabbit Stick (Makto). Little is known about Makto. The doll is derived from an old mask found at First Mesa and described by J. Walter Fewkes in 1903. It would seem he was a Katsina that celebrated the hunt, for the Hopi used the curved stick you see on the face of the mask to throw at rabbits and other small game.
Dimensions:
11.75 in. tall
SKU
Dominic East--2312
$750.00
In stock
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