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Jayne Quam, Diné
is backordered. We will ship it separately when it becomes available.
Bright serpentine has been carved into a pair of Frog fetish earrings inlaid with turquoise eyes and accent spots. Frogs are amphibious and a great sign water is around. Carved by Andrew Quam, these pleasing post earrings are about 7/8" long and 7/8" wide. Andrew is from the greater Johnny Quam (d), Andrew Emerson Quam (d) and Bossie Quam (d) family of noted Zuni Pueblo artists. Andrew's mother was Rosalia Quam (d) who learned the art from her step-father George Cheechee Haloo (d). She was well-known for stringing bird fetishes and also for her wonderful horse, frog and owl carvings. Rosalia and her husband Andrew Emerson Quam taught their children, including Andrew, the honored art.
A Snake can shed its skin, addressing the need for growth and transformation, by discarding the old and embracing the new. Carved, by Frankie Eustace, from a particularly verdant serpentine stone accented by red coral eyes and turquoise spots along the back. This undulating reptile measures about 4 3/4" long, 1" wide by 1/2" tall and has a smooth glossy polish.
Austin Yatsattie, San Felipe-Zuni
Nancy & Sheldon Westika
A watermelon serpentine Lizard sets itself a top a tall rock. A perfect lookout position for getting a little sun while waiting for the next snack to walk by. The serpentine stone gets its name from the delicious hints of green and pink. The lizard on its perch measures about 1 1/2" long, 1 1/4" wide by 1 1/2" tall and has inlaid eyes of bright blue turquoise.
Sheryl & Strallie Edaakie
Sheldon & Nancy Westika
We adore Sheryl and Strallie Edaakie's jewelry creations. We were happy to see Sheryl during Market Weekend, bringing by some wonderful works including this amazing sterling silver, pen shell, mother-of-pearl, lapis, coral, both blue and green turquoises, serpentine and pink mussel shell stone to stone inlaid cuff bracelet. It's the ultimate in vibrant color and pueblo-design, perhaps symbolic of nourishing rainfall. Each hand-cut stone and shell is set in a clean manner producing a splendid geometric arrangement. The width of this collectible cuff bracelet is about 3/4", while the bracelet's entire inner circumference is approximately 6 7/8" which includes the 1 1/8" opening. Please click here for help in determining wrist measurements for best fit. Signed by the artists.
Mary Frances Coriz Aguilar, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Melvin Sandoval, San Felipe-Zuni