Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Native American Medicine Wheel

The Native American Medicine Wheel

  The Native American Medicine Wheel, also known as the Sacred Hoop, has been used symbolically to represent harmony, peace, and balance among all of Earth’s beings. Across the Canadian Alberta Plains there are many stone medicine wheels sprinkled across the landscape. They are remains of the historical ceremonial dances and events that were once… Continue Reading

Varieties of Native American Made Baskets

Varieties of Native American Made Baskets

  Perhaps one of the most functional forms of Native American art is the hand woven basket. For centuries, tribes adapted their own forms of creating and adorning baskets for a multitude of purposes. From food storage to corn or clay sifting, baskets were and remain an essential piece of Native American culture.   Basket… Continue Reading

Native American Crafted Valentine’s Day Gifts for Her

Native American Crafted Valentine’s Day Gifts for Her

  With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, why not stop at Kachina House and get her something you know she’ll love? Big box stores sell mainstream jewelry at overly high prices. At Kachina House, all of our jewelry is 100% authentic Native American made. Check out some of our most treasured pieces:   Native… Continue Reading

Symbolism of Native American Feathers

Symbolism of Native American Feathers

When thinking of Native American cultures, one of the first things that comes to mind is the image of a feather. The feather has held special meaning for many tribes throughout the Americas. Feathers are still used in almost every aspect of Native American culture, from clothing items to important cultural symbols, the feather can… Continue Reading