Native Spirit Gifts

Native Spirit Gifts offers a wide range of products from authentic Native American artists. Our products ship from Arizona with care. Since the various Native American artists create unique Kachinas, fetishes and other artifacts, we cannot quarantee supply until an order is placed. Sometimes when we place our order, they have already sold out. We will then email you with other selection choices.

Our selections include artists from the Acoma, Chippewa, Hopi, Jemez, Laguna, Mohawk, Navajo San Ildefonso, San Juan, Santa Clara, Santo Domingo, and Zuni tribes. 

Native Spirit Gifts are gifts from the heart of the Nations: Kachina, Katsinas, Native American Jewelry, Zuni Fetish, Pottery, Drum & Rattles

Kachina or Katsina Dolls: There are hundreds of Hopi Katsinam, “personations” of supernatural beings, important animals and ancestors who help the Hopi people raise their crops, their children, and their spirits. The Katsina dancers are men wearing masks–each of which represents a particular Katsina–and paint and feathered costumes. Everyone in the village, aside from the children, knows that the Katsina dancers are actually men from the village, though Katsinam are still believed to have supernatural powers. Much of the value in these dances is found to be instructing the young. Signed and numbered. 

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Native Spirit Gifts

includes Native American jewelry, handmade by various artists from several different tribes. Crafted from sterling silver and accented with gorgeous, natural materials, our vast collection of indigenous made American jewelry offers unique pieces of wearable art.

Drums, Flutes & Rattles: Native American musical instruments, handmade by artists from various tribes. Crafted and accented with natural materials, we offer unique objects of art and craft.

Zuni Fetish are carved into different animals and supernatural spirits, each a significant symbol to the Zuni people. The animals and spirits depicted through these fetishes were believed to have certain characteristics that could be transferred into the carvings themselves. If you owned a fetish, you would then inherit the respective properties that your fetish represents. However, until the carving is blessed by a Zuni spiritual leader, it remains an intricately carved piece of art.

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