The Navajo Kachina has no spiritual significance in the Navajo culture; it is a craft learned as a way for some Navajo people to earn a living. Kachina House carries the largest selection of Native American Hopi Katsinam and Navajo Kachinas anywhere, with over fifty different Navajo Kachinas in three different sizes in stock, as well as hundreds of miniatures and many spectacular large fancy Navajo Kachinas
Mata Ortiz or Casas Grandes pottery is some of the finest and most innovative in the world. The pottery today has lines that are delicately drawn freehand on the varied shapes of the hand built pots and painted with tiny brushes made from human hair. The etching is done with common nails. We are excited to announce our expansion into another line of hand built pottery with an ancient history.
Kachina House offers a vast selection of Native American Zuni Carved Fetishes. Fetishes are generally animals and occasionally supernatural spirits each of which helps the Zuni people. The Zuni believe that the characteristics that live in each of these beings are transferred to the carving. These traits then help whoever possesses that particular fetish.