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Spencer Nutima, Hopi
A striking azurite corn maiden is accented with turquoise dots and incised dragonflies on both the front and back of her body. With a mother of pearl face and jet eyes and mouth, this lady is 2" tall and 1 1/8" wide.
An energetic composition of bead work by Jovanna, frames three maidens, one of black mother of pearl and two maidens of Sleeping Beauty turquoise, all perfectly carved by Daniel Chattin. The maidens are accented with turquoise, red coral and sugilite. The necklace is highlighted with luminous white mother of pearl and moonstone. No matter the angle in which this necklace is viewed, an artistic display of bead work will awe your senses, as will the maidens. The necklace is strung on three strands of turquoise and measures 18 1/4" long. The beaded part measures 6 1/2" wide and 7" long. Absolutely Gorgeous!
An absolutely gorgeous and unique triple strand Sleeping Beauty turquoise necklace, with luscious conch shell. The conch shell is lovely with soft pink hues. The details are quite exquisite. The pueblo woman, who stands at about 3 1/4" tall, wears an inlaid sterling silver and turquoise necklace. Her hair is styled traditionally. The man, who stands 2 7/8" tall, carries a red coral staff. Overall necklace length is about 30" long. Dylan is the son of Veronica Poblano.
Carved from serpentine, this maiden is busy grinding corn. She has long long hair flowing down her back. The maiden has inlaid turquoise eyes and a necklace, with a red coral mouth. She measures 2 7/8" tall and 2 1/8" long.
Kateri Quandelacy Sanchez
Kateri has created a beautiful and luscious piece of wearable art! Three harvest maidens are strung on a single strand of rhodochrosite and tourmaline beads. Each maiden is carved from Lion's Paw shell with accents of inlaid lapis and turquoise. The middle maiden is 4" long and 1" wide, while the other two are 4" tall and a little over 3/4" wide. The necklace is adjustable from 23" to 25 3/4".
Freddie has created a wonderful Girl Scout from Zuni-stone with accents of pen shell, turquoise and red coral. She's ready for your order—Thin Mints anyone? About 3 1/4" tall and almost 1" wide at the base.
Carved from Zuni stone, a type of travertine found locally at Zuni Pueblo, this spectacular corn maiden is a fine example of Felino's unique style of overlay work. He's overlaid colorful Zuni azurite as adornment to this maiden. Along with pen shell eyes, there are corn cobs carved into the stone along her right side, lovely. She measures 1" long, 2 3/4" tall and 3/4" thick.
Zuni Pueblo women are known for skillful movement while balancing painted pottery jars on their heads. Jeff's depiction of this traditional and graceful movement is in Picasso marble, rich with brown, grey and black colored variations. As with every work of Jeff's, he's always mindful of detail and intricacy. We love her turquoise jewelry, her fine hands, her finely incised hair and the life-like detail of her clothing. This sculptural work of art stands 4 3/4" tall, 2 1/4" long and 1 7/8" deep at base. Signed #1 of #1.