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An inviting and beautifully carved bear cub by Joshua Leekya. Joshua selected a Zuni travertine specimen with warm gold patterns for this delightful carving and then added a substantial offering bundle of an abalone point with pieces of red coral and gold lip shell. With eyes of inlaid pen shell, this high-spirited Bear measures about 3 1/2" long and 2" tall. Signed by the artist.
Travis Lasiloo's masterful carving of this seahorse includes realistic details, vibrant eyes of inlaid turquoise and jet, and is seen swimming upright in its natural environment. The seahorse named for its equine appearance has the foreparts of a horse and the hind parts of a fish. The specimen of serpentine selected by Travis, with its green and slightly yellow hues is magnificent. This significant, signed by the artist treasure, with its many expertly carved details measures about 2 3/4" long, 1 1/2" wide, and 3" tall.
Kevin Chapman, Zuni-Sioux
Kevin Chapman's lovely corn maiden is carved of a red spiny oyster shell, permanently attached to a turquoise base. She's inlaid with jet Dragonfly friends, and her eyes are of inlaid jet. About 2 3/4" tall and 1 5/8" long, measurements include base. The spiny oyster shell specimen is naturally convex.
Daphne & Leland Boone
An extraordinary corn maiden assemblage carved from one gorgeous and weighty piece of satin spar gypsum by Zuni Pueblo artist Todd Westika. He's inlaid eyes and mouths of sterling silver and finely etched Dragonfly friends and stars all over. Each of the six corn maiden's have delicately etched bangs, corn bodies and inlaid turquoise necklaces. About 4" tall and 3 1/4" in diameter, plus it comes with a ready to use battery operated light, to illuminate the corn maidens from within!
A raven fetish carved of labradorite by Zuni Pueblo carver, Debra Gasper. The carvings wing detail adds to the special presence of this inquiring bird. With bright eyes of inlaid silver, it measures about 3 1/2" long and almost 1" tall.
A Mountain Lion carved in the old-style by Veronica Poblano. This feline does not have its tail running across its back, it is smoothly and delicately sculpted to match the stone. Carved from colorful labradorite, its eyes are inlaid with beautiful turquoise cabochons. This feline carries an offering bundle with a turquoise point that is bound by shell heishi, turquoise and red coral beads. It is about 2 5/8" long and 1 1/8" tall.
Brian Yatsattie has meticulously overlaid a variety of gorgeous turquoise pieces on ground jet paste, over a large shell that is whimsically carved in the shape of a Frog. This fabulous amphibian's raised eyes are of rich fossilized ivory! It is a convex shell that is about 5 3/8" wide, 5 1/4" long and 1 1/8" tall.
Terry Wilson, Dine-Zuni
This perceptive bird of dolomite shows off perfect plumage, as it ponders its next move, carved in great detail by Terry. With gorgeous opal eyes, this parrot is 2 3/8" tall and 1 3/8" deep.