Hopi Kachina -- Left-Handed Hunter Kachina. The Left-Handed Kachina, Siyangephoyadx, is one of the Hunter Kachinas, and is always shown with a bow and arrow, and sometimes with a throwing stick. He is called Left-Handed, because his gear is reversed, and to draw an arrow from the quiver, he must use his right hand, rather than his left as is normal. (artist - Lowell Talshoma)
Hopi brocaded dance sash-early 20t century, german town wool & cotton woven in two repeat panels sewn together
Hopi Wedding Sash
A Manual of Historic Ornament
A Manual of Historic Ornament by Richard Glazier Exceptionally comprehensive, easy-to-use guide surveys the evolution of historic ornament in architecture and the applied arts — from primitive ornaments of Oceania, Egypt, and Assyria to a Gothic doorway in Amiens, the tomb of Lorenzo de Medici, and a classic early-19th-century sofa by Thomas Hope. Over 700 black-and-white illustrations. 16 plates of photographs.
Hopi Tasap dancer bag (re:Bahti)
My little brother Josh and his partner Becca dancing so proud of them! This is pre-chaos before all the ladies take over! I love the song theyre dancing to, my favorite butterfly song.