Hopi Pueblo Mona Katsina Doll - According to Barton Wright, the Mona Katsina functions as the River or Thunder Katsina and appears singly in the Mixed Katsina Dances. His function seems to be simply that of encouraging the flow of water. He appears most often on Third Mesa and there is the possibility that he may be limited to that mesa.
This is an exceptional Hopi Tasap Katsina doll carved from a piece of cottonwood root. Tasap is a Hopi representation of a Navajo God. There are Hopi versions of katsinam that honor and depict other tribes, such as the Navajo, Havasupai, Comanche, Zuni and other Pueblos.
Hopi Chaveyo - Black Ogre Katsina Doll. Carver Unknown Category: Traditional Origin: Hopi Pueblo Medium: wood, paint, hair, feathers, cotton Size: 9-1/4” tall Item # 25833