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is backordered. We will ship it separately when it becomes available.
Beautifully carved of cottonwood, in the Hopi style, this katsina doll represents the Zuni Rain Priest 'Hututu'. A sacred katsina who is the 'Rain Priest of The South', and a deputy to the 'Longhorn' katsina during Shalako, an annual religious ceremony held annually at Zuni Pueblo. Robert used acrylic paints to accent this piece leaving large areas unpainted highlighting the beautiful grain of the cottonwood. Rising from a wooden base, 5" wide by 5 1/4"deep, this piece measures about 13 1/2" tall. Additional shipping charges may apply.
Alvin Leon, Acoma-Hopi
Randy Lucio's delightful two-piece set shows a slider and swinger set, carved from Picasso marble and wood. Having loads of fun, two maidens enjoy the playground equipment. Their eyes are of inlaid pen shell and they're inlaid with many Zuni Sunface symbols, which represent the elements in balance. The Sunface's are of inlaid turquoise, coral and abalone. A lot of turquoise dots adorn their clothing.
The slider is about 1 5/8" tall, 3/4" wide and 1 5/8" long, while the swinger is approximately 2 1/4" tall, 1 3/4" wide and 2" deep.
Extra shipping charges may apply.
Carved from a gorgeous wood specimen is Elroy Pablito's incredible bushytail (Fox, Wolf, or Coyote). The natural growth patterns and graining are pleasing to look at. An incised mouth and turquoise inlaid eyes make for a great canine face, in addition to a luxurious tail. This fine fetish is about 3 3/8" long, 3/4" wide and 1 1/2" tall.