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Marvelita Phillips' collectible fetish pot has five gorgeous bears, either carved from serpentine, alabaster or young fluorite. They have either jet or turquoise inlaid eyes. This Bear pot covered in gorgeous crushed turquoise, is about 3 1/2" tall, 5 1/2" wide and has an opening of approximately 2 3/4". The bear shown outside the fetish pot is meant to rest inside along with a cornmeal offering. Extra shipping charges may apply.
Marvelita Phillips' father was noted carver and jeweler Leonard Halate (d) who started carving in the 1940's. Her brother is Herbert Halate and her son is Brandon Phillips, both wonderful and well-known carvers as well.
A rainbow of naturally bright colored stones and shells reside in this exciting sterling silver cluster work necklace by Elliot Coonsis. We're happy to welcome him to Keshi's website with his fabulous, all handmade work of wearable art.
Red coral, mother-of-pearl, malachite, jet, lapis, purple and orange spiny oyster shells, turquoise, sugilite and fluorite occupy this approximate 23" long necklace. Each silver bezel has been hand-cut to securely hug each rounded cabochon.
The silver chain is all hand-fabricated. The overall length of this scintillating necklace is about 23" long. The smaller medallion stations measure approximately 3/4" wide, while the larger medallion stations are about 1" long and 7/8" wide. The pendant part hangs at a lovely 2 1/2" long. A lobster claw clasp closure is located on the right side of the necklace's chain in an unusual and stylish presentation.
Four corn maidens and an Eagle are carved from one piece of fluorite by Mike Yatsayte. Together they bring a sense of feminine strength, wisdom and far-sighted vision to this 2" tall, 2" wide and 2 3/8" deep carving. Each corn maiden's face is incised and darkened with jet and they're embellished with turquoise accents. Dragonfly companions are present to bring their medicine as well. The raptor's eyes are of inlaid turquoise.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this eagle fetish will go to the Zuni Eagle Sanctuary. Please see our resources page for more information on the sanctuary.