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This blue jay is watching, taking its time to decide. Carved from dark blue lapis with sparkly gold flecks, Hiram Peynetsa could not have chosen a more perfect stone for this congenial bird that loves all things shiny. About 2 1/4" from top-knot to tail and 1 1/2" tall with inlaid eyes of turquoise.
This sweet doe (Deer) might be kneeling in the brush, completely camouflaged, resting in a place of tranquility and inner peace. Carved of tijilite by Brion Hattie this is his first doe (or fawn). With inlaid eyes of turquoise, an offering bundle of pen shell point and coral this little lady is about 2" long and 1 1/2" tall.
Alan E. Lasiloo
Alan E. Lasiloo's extraordinary all hand-formed of natural clay from Zuni land, and hand-painted with natural paints, including micaceous paint, rainbird pottery bowl is about 8 1/2" in diameter and 2 7/8" tall, signed by the artist. He uses a unique, carbon fat trap technique to create the gorgeous and subtle coloration on his pieces. Extra shipping charges may apply.
Belinda Kanteena's intricately delicate earring and necklace set features individually set tiny cabochons of turquoise. Referred to as "snake eye" petite point, each sterling silver bezel are hand fabricated in the traditional Zuni way. The earrings and center piece of the necklace feature a fringe which provides wonderful movement. The earring measure about 2 1/8" long by 1/5" wide, the post is fixed about 1/8" from the center top of the earring back. The necklace is 30" long including the fringe and has barrel crew clasp. This piece is signed by the artist.
Gilbert Bowannie carved this turkey from chocolaty indigenous Zuni Travertine. With wing tips of mother of pearl shell this bird is about 1 3/4" long and 1 1/2" tall.
Kimo DeCora, Isleta
Kimo DeCora's small Kokopelli pottery bowl is hand-formed of natural clay, and hand-painted with natural paints, about 1 1/4" in diameter and 1 /4" tall, signed by the artist. Kokopelli is a flute-playing being from long ago times.
Daryl Shack, Sr.
A mother and daughter share a moment while walking toward the pueblo village in this painting by Daryl Shack, Sr. We usually see animal carvings from Daryl, so this painting is something unique. Painted with acrylic paint on canvas and measuring 11" wide and 14" tall. Daryl's hallmark can be found on the front, and it is signed and titled on the back.
Merlinda & Delbert Chavez
Merlinda Chavez's exquisite sterling silver and Sleeping Beauty turquoise traditional petit point link necklace is something to behold! Seven dazzling medallions, each about 1 1/4" in diameter, show off individually cut bezels that hold specially shaped pieces of turquoise. The center piece medallions hang about 3 1/4" long including 6 dangles. Overall this necklace is about 23" long, adjustable, and all hand fabricated, amazing! Signed by the artists.