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Shannon Waatsa's latest canine bushytail (Coyote, Wolf or Fox) is singing its heart out. With tail curled around and eyes closed tight this petite little creature is carved from a wonderfully colored watermelon serpentine with a mix of greens with rusty red inclusions. The combination of the high smooth polish plus gentle curves gives the piece a superb feel in hand. Measuring about 1 1/4" long by 1" tall and 1/2" wide, this carving begs for a ride in your pocket to your next karaoke session.
Kevin Chapman, Zuni-Sioux
Reva Halate's gorgeous and colorful single stand fetish necklace and earrings set hosts many tiny animals that range in size from about 1/4" to 3/4" long, while center pink mussel shell Dragonfly is about 1" in wingspan and 1 1/2" tall. This wonderful water insect has turquoise eyes and accents. We see other animals such as Bear, Hummingbird, Turtle, Frog, Rabbit and bushytail (Coyote, Fox or Wolf). They're sweetly carved of materials like turquoise, Mojave green turquoise, pink mussel shell, orange alabaster, rainbow calsilica, red and orange spiny oyster shells and gold lip shell. They're strung with fine heishe shell beads, and their eyes are of inlaid jet. A nice pair of angelite bushytail earrings hang at about 1 3/4" long and are also strung with fine heishe shell beads. Overall necklace length is about 28" long. This collectible fetish necklace and earrings set will be a treasure to wear for years to come!
Fitz & Marlo Kiyite
Peter Sohappy, New Mexican
Travis Nieto carved this prehistoric looking Bobcat from an unusual serpentine that is distinctively cat like in the inclusions of black and green. Then he gave it the bluest eyes of inlaid azurite! Almost 3" long, 1 1/4" tall, and a mere 1/4" wide this is a powerful cat.
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.