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Andres Lementino's majestic Horse of white marble has an inlaid heartline of turquoise matching its bright and intelligent eyes. On the other side Andres inlaid a zig zag line of coral and turquoise accents. We love the delicate shape of the head and attention to detail. About 4 1/2" tall, 1 3/4" wide, and 3 1/2" deep on a black marble base.
Andres Quandelacy's mother was Ellen Quandelacy (d) and her father was Johnny Quam (d). This family's artistry has helped establish standards of workmanship in fetish carving. Andres is well-known for his Horse (or pony) fetishes. Carved from a calming portion of green turquoise, this equine is about 2" long, 3/4" wide and 1 1/4" tall. Red coral inlaid eyes look great with the natural green color of the turquoise stone.
Horse (Du:shi) brought power to the People. After the horse arrived on the Plains, people were able to move faster with heavier burdens, they could hunt game more efficiently, and they became fiercer warriors. Horse affords mobility that gives us freedom and power, but not the power that weighs us down.
This Picasso marble donkey (or Horse), by Tony Mackel, is here to help carry the load! With tail high and ears pricked, this active pony measures about 4 1/2" long, 1" wide by 2" tall at the ears. The inlaid eyes are a lovely light sky blue turquoise and the body is perfectly texturized with a thick coat.
Carved from mysterious green kryptonite, an enchanted Horse (or pony) by Kenric Laiwakete really glows in the dark. An incised mane and tail, plus jet inlaid eyes are features of this approximate 2 1/2" long, 3/8" wide and 1 1/4" tall magical equine friend.
Kenric Laiwakete's father is carver Bernard Laiwakete, one of several brothers who are fetish carvers from greater Mahooty, Lasiloo and Laiwakete family of artists.
Rochelle Quam Najera