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Gloria Chattin's wonderful rendition of New Mexico's state bird, the roadrunner is presented in black lip shell. This delightful and convex bird is permanently attached to a base of crushed turquoise a top a carved onyx-travertine point. This turquoise-eyed feathered friend is gorgeous from either side! About 4 7/8" long and 2 7/8" tall, including base.
Salvador Romero, Cochiti
Rachel Concho, Acoma
This blue jay is watching, taking its time to decide. Carved from dark blue lapis with sparkly gold flecks, Hiram Peynetsa could not have chosen a more perfect stone for this congenial bird that loves all things shiny. About 2 1/4" from top-knot to tail and 1 1/2" tall with inlaid eyes of turquoise.
Alan E. Lasiloo
Alan E. Lasiloo's extraordinary all hand-formed of natural clay from Zuni land, and hand-painted with natural paints, including micaceous paint, rainbird pottery bowl is about 8 1/2" in diameter and 2 7/8" tall, signed by the artist. He uses a unique, carbon fat trap technique to create the gorgeous and subtle coloration on his pieces. Extra shipping charges may apply.
Kateri Quandelacy Sanchez
Amy Wesley's Kingman turquoise, red coral and sterling silver channel inlay Hummingbird pendant is in contemporary form. This striking pendant hangs at about 1 5/8" long including sterling silver bale fixture, and is 3/4" at widest part. All hand fabricated and signed by the artist.