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The Navajo People have been making Dolls for their children for hundreds of years. Because they live close to the Hopi, they have copied many of their Kachina dolls.
We have 2 types of Navajo Dolls.
Navajo Cloth Dolls are the toy companions given to children. They are usually made from cotton or velveteen cloth, using yarn, beads, or leather as adornment.
Navajo Kachina Dolls are copies of Hopi Kachina Dolls. Navajo Kachina Dolls are carved and fashioned from wood and may feature leather, rabbit fur, feathers, and beads for adornment.
The Gallery is our collection of rare one of a kind Navajo Crafts such as Navajo Folk Art or Folkart, Navajo Baskets, Navajo Sculpture and Navajo Sand Paintings - Sandpaintings and Navajo Pottery
We have 3 types of Native American Navajo Indian Pottery. Traditional Navajo Pottery is Covered with Pinon Tree Pitch. Originally this was to make it waterproof as the clay was not fired deep enough to form a true ceramic. There is Etched or Navajo Etchware Pottery which is a poured ceramic which is the hand carved and painted. Navajo Horsehair Pottery is a poured ceramic to which real horse hair is burned to create a pattern on the pot.
Navajo Folk Art or Folkkart are carved visions of how the Navajo see themselves and the animals living in the world around them. We carry Navajo chickens, Navajo Shoe game figures, wood horses, as well as miniature sheep and goats. Look at all of our many other animals carved from wood and then painted in bright colors.
Native American Navajo Fine Art Paintings from many of the most noted artists on the Navajo Indian Reservation.
Navajo Artifacts are reproductions of Native American ceremonial and war fighting implements.
Included are antiqued Dreamcatchers, Medicine Wheels, Bows and Arrows, Tomahawks, Rattles and Peace Pipes.
Native American Navajo Beadwork. Hand beaded products in the small size 15 bead size. Navajo beaded barrettes, bracelets, pins, bolo ties, ear rings and key chains, necklaces and more.
Navajo Sand Painting Boxes come with sand painting inserts. the Oak box is made in our shop, come in many different sizes and sandpainting designs. Plain or matted and framed in glass.
Navajo Sandpaintings or Sand Paintings you find on this site, either contemporary or traditional in design, are made by Navajo people living on the Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico. All of our sandpaintings (sand paintings) are each uniquely made using natural or colored sand from the sand paintings used by traditional Navajo Medicine Men.
We mat and frame our sand paintings using the latest in modern computer controlled mat cutting machines.
What you see on this site represents only a small fraction of the hundreds of sandpaintings that we have in stock.
Navajo Alabaster Sculpture are hand crafted by some of the most talented Native American sculptors around, such as Alvin Marshall, Tim Washburn and Ray Pettigrew to name a few. Most of the stone carved is alabaster native to the four corners region of New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, and Colorado, the sacred home of the Navajo Indian people. Each sculpture is unique and one of a kind carved in both traditional and contemporary poses. Whether you are looking to buy a small bear fetish carving or a large art gallery Navajo stone sculpture you can find them here for sale both wholesale and retail.
Navajo Dye and Medicine Charts feature the actual plants used in the color dyeing of the wool yarn used in weaving Navajo Rugs as well as the plants used in Traditional Navajo Medicine.
All of our Native American Drums come to us from the Cochiti Pueblo reservation. Every Drum is individually hand made using a rew hide cover. The painted drums are all painted by our local Navajo sandpainting artists.
Navajo Ornaments are for any decorative or festive occasion. All of our hand crafted Navajo ornaments are made by local artists and will come with a picture of the artist who made them.