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is backordered. We will ship it separately when it becomes available.
Daryl Shack, Sr.
Christopher Sandoval, Zuni-San Felipe
Stewart Alonzo, Dine-Laguna
Ernie Mackel III
A lovely grouping of hand-carved Kingman turquoise animals are strung on this double-strand of incredible amber, orange spiny oyster shell and turquoise beads. This fetish necklace represents the Six-Directions that Zuni Pueblo people recognize. They assign a color and animal to each.
The directional animals are Wolf that measures about 1 3/4", Mountain Lion about 2", an Eagle at about 1 3/8", a Badger about 2" long, a Mole that's about 1 1/2", and a Bear coming in at about 1 3/4". The animal's have inlaid eyes of jet, and each one has conveys a unique personality. The overall length of this extraordinary necklace by Ernie Mackel III, is about 30".
Salvador Romero, Cochiti
Salvador Romero's Mountain-lion (cougar, puma or panther) pair is about 5 1/4" long, 1 3/4" wide and 2" tall, each carved of a unique found stone. Their tails are long and presented in the old-style: up and over the backside. Applying a mountain lion's medicine is to try and set good boundaries in our lives, as these great cats live this way all the time.
Rosella Lunasee & Loubert Soseeah
Leland & Daphne Boone
A gorgeous grouping of hand-carved animals are strung on this single strand baby olive heishe and red coral bead fetish necklace representing the Six-Directions that Zuni Pueblo people recognize. They assign a color and animal to each. At the very center of this collectible work of wearable art by Daphne and Leland Boone, is a fabulous turquoise point that measures about 2" long and 1 1/8" wide. The directional animals are a White Wolf carved from marble, a tijilite Mountain Lion, an Eagle of ricolite, a Badger of magnesite, a jet Mole that's about 1 5/8" long, and a turquoise Bear coming in at about 1 1/4" long. The animal's have inlaid eyes of turquoise or red coral, except for the mole, whose eyes are incised. The overall length of this treasured necklace is approximately 26".
Kevin Chapman, Zuni-Sioux
Cerrillos turquoise is one of the rarest turquoises in the world, found in an area south of Santa Fe, N.M. Kevin Chapman's gifted hands brought about this notable Mountain-lion (cougar or puma) from a matrix-rich specimen of this prized turquoise.
A deluxe tail is curled up, because this lengthy feline is crouched and ready for action. An extraordinary offering bundle arranged of a crinoid fossil with turquoise, shell and an abalone point is secured to this collectible, turquoise-eyed cat.
About 9 1/4" long, 3" wide and 2 1/2" tall. Extra shipping charges may apply.