Easter is a time to celebrate renewal, rebirth, and the arrival of spring. At Kachina House, we honor this tradition by offering Native American art showing Easter symbols, offering a unique and meaningful way to celebrate the season.

Do Native Americans Celebrate Easter?

While Easter is not traditionally celebrated in Native American cultures in the same way as in Western Christian traditions, many indigenous peoples have their own ceremonies and celebrations that coincide with the arrival of spring. These ceremonies often focus on themes of renewal, growth, and connection to the natural world.

Exploring Native American Easter Gifts

Cross Jewelry

Native American Navajo Made Cross with Coral

Our collection of cross jewelry beautifully blends traditional Native American craftsmanship with Easter symbolism. Handcrafted by skilled artisans, each piece reflects a deep reverence for spirituality and heritage. Whether you’re seeking a delicate pendant or a pair of sterling silver earrings, our cross jewelry is a meaningful addition to any Easter ensemble.

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Handcrafted Baskets

Native American Chippewa Made Basket--Silver Stairs

In many Native American cultures, baskets hold profound cultural significance, symbolizing unity, community, and connection to the land. Our handcrafted baskets feature intricate designs and vibrant colors, making them perfect for Easter gatherings or as decorative accents in your home.

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Rabbit Fetishes

Zuni Carved Rabbit Fetish

Rabbits are often associated with fertility and abundance, making them a fitting symbol for Easter celebrations. Our rabbit fetishes capture the essence of this symbolism, with each piece meticulously carved and adorned with traditional motifs.

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3"--Native American Made Dreamcatchers

Dreamcatchers are beloved symbols of protection and guidance in many Native American cultures. Our collection features a variety of styles, from traditional designs to contemporary interpretations, all handcrafted with care and attention to detail. Hang one above your bed to catch dreams or give one as a thoughtful Easter gift to a loved one.

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This Easter, explore the beauty and significance of Native American art with our curated collection of gifts and decor. From cross jewelry to handcrafted baskets, each piece offers a meaningful way to celebrate the season of renewal. You’ll find all of the above gift ideas as well as some Mata Ortiz pottery depicting bunnies, and a pin with a bunny and a cute lapis egg. Visit Kachina House to discover more Easter-themed gifts and embrace the spirit of the season.