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Robert Michael Weahkee
is backordered. We will ship it separately when it becomes available.
Robert Michael Weahkee carved this joyful Frogs from deer antler that was shed by the deer during the winter. Deer will grow new antlers every spring. With eyes inlaid high atop its head and a necklace of pen shell and turquoise beads this happy amphibian is about 2 3/4" tall and 7/8" wide.
Ray Tsalate's wonderful maiden is carved of antler and her shawl is inlaid with a magnificent Knifewing design. Knifewing is a mythological being and a guardian figure to the Zuni people. Ray used crushed jet, denim lapis, pipestone and serpentine for some of the detail on the Knifewing, in addition to inlaying red coral, turquoise, serpentine, sugilite and amber. This maiden's hair is incised in a lovely way. Her traditional boots are inlaid with turquoise bits and are burnt out for nice detail. Her colorful necklace consists of inlaid lapis, red coral, sugilite, turquoise, gold lip shell, azurite and Mojave green turquoise. Her eyes are twinkling as they're inlaid with tiger's eye, while her pipestone inlaid smile is wide and sweet. About 3 3/8" tall, 1 5/8" long and 1 3/4" deep.