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A Dragonfly glides vertically, close to the water's edge. With great detail and skill, Ruben Najera has carved this water creature with excellent features and life-like movement from one piece of antler. This insect has jet darkened eyes and measures about 2 1/4" tall, 2 1/4" wide and 1 1/2" deep.
Herbert Ration, Dine (Navajo)
Of all the arachnids, spiders form the largest group, with more than 3,000 species in North America alone. All spiders are predators. Most spiders have 4 pairs of eyes arranged in various designs on the front of their head. The hunting spiders eyes are arranged in such a way to enable them to see in all directions at once. This fantastic Spider by Michael Coble is carved of ricolite, and is about 2" long, 1 3/8" wide and 7/8" tall, with eyes of inlaid turquoise.
Julius Eustace, Zuni-Cochiti
A Dragonfly is carved of motor agate, or Fordite, a recycled material from hardened paint by way of automobile factories. This jazzy dragonfly makes its home in the water and plays in the air. Dragonflies are ancient insects that were here before dinosaurs walked the Earth. This inviting fetish has an approximate 3 1/8" wingspan, is 3 1/2" long and 3/8" tall, by prolific carver Brian Yatsattie.
Jovanna Poblano's exquisite Butterfly necklace is all handmade, approximately 20" long, while center butterfly station is about 2 1/8" in wingspan and 4" long. This butterfly is masterfully hand-beaded, with its wings showcasing gorgeous turquoise and faceted lapis stones. This winged-wonder has a turquoise face with silver beads for antennae. Jovanna backed this insect with soft brown suede. This signed-by-the-artist double strand necklace is strung with amazing abalone, turquoise and glowing labradorite beads. Don't miss this collectible work of wearable art!