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A clever Bear of Zuni travertine by Zuni Pueblo artist, Freddie Leekya. This little guy wears a scarf inlaid with turquoise accents, has a cute pen shell nose and red coral tongue, while reading from eyes of inlaid turquoise. Its favorite novel is carved of pen shell with a turquoise book spine. Measuring almost 2" tall, 1 1/8" long and 1 1/8" deep.
Salvador Romero, Cochiti
Carved of found stone, a fabulous Snake offering bowl will hold a cornmeal offering, or offering of your choice. Salvador Romero hikes the Cochiti Pueblo lands to find his unusual stones. Measuring about 5 1/4" long, 5" wide, and 1 1/2" tall.
This attractive moose is carved from a wonderful specimen of fluorite. With beautifully carved antlers, bell, and sharp split hoofs, measuring about 2 1/8" long and 1" tall. We love its eyes of inlaid turquoise.
A Rabbit pair of sodalite and Picasso marble by Zuni Pueblo artists, Daisy Natewa. With glistening eyes of inlaid sterling silver, measuring slightly over 1 1/2" long and 1 1/2" tall.
Charles Martinez, Jr.
Keli'i Eli, Zuni-Hawaiian
Kevin Chapman, Zuni-Sioux
A wandering skunk by Zuni Pueblo artist, Loren Tsalabutie. Loren's use of black marble with a perfectly placed white stripe is delightful. With eyes of inlaid turquoise, incised mouth and nose, the fetish measures about 2" long and 1 3/4" tall.
Kateri Quandelacy Sanchez
Kateri Quandelacy Sanchez brings us an exceptional trio of corn maidens with two of them wearing traditional tablita headdresses. They are adorned with necklaces of inlaid jet. Carved from one fascinating specimen of black lip shell with luminous mother-of-pearl overlaid faces. The Dragonfly motif is carved on the shawls and tablitas' of these magnificent women. The carving measures about 5 1/8" long, 4" tall, and slightly convex.
An Elk or Deer with a quiet and reflective spirit, Salvador Romero's fetish is carved of found stone from Cochiti Pueblo country, measuring almost 5" long 2 1/2" tall.
We love Andres Quandelacy's lively Horse of magnesite! This impressive magnesite specimen is also known as "Wild Horse," and was discovered in Arizona in the mid-90s. With various shades of chocolate and white plumes, the fetish measures about, 3 1/2" long and almost 1 1/2" tall.
Herbert Him, Jr.
A fantastic lepidolite ram with beautiful curved horns by Zuni Pueblo artist, Burt Awelagte. The creature, known for its exceptional balance carries a point of gold lip shell with turquoise and branch coral accents. With eyes of inlaid turquoise, it measures about 2 1/4" long and 2" tall.
A Medicine-bear carved of an impressive specimen of leopard marble by Zuni artist, Lynn Quam. He has inlaid each side of the carving with a jagged heartline of turquoise. With a slight turn of the head and thoughtful eyes of inlaid turquoise, it measures about 4" long and 3" tall.