A coral-eyed roadrunner or perhaps a white Raven
carved from shimmering mother-of-pearl perches for a good view a top a base of gorgeous Cerrillos turquoise, which is mined from the Cerrillos hills about 20 miles southwest of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Archeologists believe most of the turquoise found at the Chaco Canyon ruins located 180 miles northwest of Santa Fe, came from the Cerrillos hills. Kevin Chapman etched splendid plumage on this spirited bird. Including the amazing base, measurements are approximately 3 1/4" tall, 7/8" wide and 3" long.