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Native American Navajo Dolls by Navajo artists Cheryl Yazza and Jerry Samuel. 

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This set is Cheryl's traditional Zuni set. 

This is Cheryl's Navajo set

Girl Navajo doll dressed in traditional Navajo dress handcrafted by Cheryl Yazza. Navajo boy doll dressed in blue traditional Navajo clothing

 

These lovely hand-made porcelain dolls are created by Navajo artist, Cheryl Yazza, and dressed in handcrafted clothing and jewelry.  Each doll has a unique expressive face and is available in girl dolls and boy dolls.  Each is adorned with traditional Native American jewelry.  These dolls are full size doll and sits approximately 18" tall.  There hands and head are hand-painted porcelain.  These are available in green, red, purple, orange, yellow, blue and brown.  Each doll comes with a certificate and is signed by Cheryl Yazza behind the ear.

 

These dolls are created by Navajo artist, Jerry Samuel, brother to Cheryl Yazza.  Jerry Samuel was born in the Navajo Nation in 1959.  He began his interest in creating these unique dolls by watching his sister, Cheryl Yazza, craft her dolls in the early 1998. 

 

Jerry handcrafts these beautiful one of a kind, southwestern porcelain dolls from scratch to finish, along with the help of his wife, Victoria Samuel, and his son, Cooper Samuel.  Jerry creates these unique dolls with enthusiasm and in anticipation of attracting all types of doll collectors.  His dolls are designed with fox fur, bobcat, badger, or wolf pelts.  he facial design represents spirits of various Navajo Ceremonial Deities, while the colors represent the clans of the Navajo.  The attire also tell stories such as the fox head representing spirits of animals for hunting purposes.  Jerry is of the Bitah'nii Clan.  He obtained his artistic ability from his family who are also artisans.  Jerry proudly signs his dolls as:  J-Samuel below the left ear.

 

 

 

 

 

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