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is backordered. We will ship it separately when it becomes available.
Todd Lowsayatee's shed antler Deer mount is a glorious presentation of many Eagles in flight and tablita Corn-maidens.
Each raptor is intricately detailed to show off plumage, precise beaks and a wonderful sense of movement. Perceptive eyes of inlaid turquoise are added. The tablita corn maidens offer strength and feminine energy. Their corn bodies are well-incised, and inlaid with colorful turquoise and alunite accents. Jet inlaid facial features bring them to life.
About 8" long, 14" wide and 12" deep. Signed by the artist. A stained wood plaque and soft sueded buckskin secure the antler rack in a gorgeous way. A hook is attached for wall display. Extra shipping charges may apply.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this eagle fetish will go to the Zuni Eagle Sanctuary. Please see our resources page for more information on the sanctuary.
Adrian Leon, Acoma-Hopi
Jaren Cachini, Hopi-Zuni
Ray Tsalate's "Warrior Woman" pendant necklace is something to behold. Strung on a mouth-watering single strand of tear-drop shaped turquoise stones with energetic amethyst and pearl beads, is an incredible antler maiden ready for action.
Because she was called to battle early, her traditional hair style is unfinished. Her determined eyes are of inlaid jet with pipestone accents, and her mouth is of inlaid coral.
A fabulous small wooden arrow with a turquoise tip, and a copper bow are her accoutrement for the campaign. She's gorgeously inlaid with a serpentine and pipestone paste heartline that wraps around her.
The total length of this museum-quality pendant necklace is about 31", while the "Warrior Maiden" herself is about 4 3/8" long and 1" wide.
Mary C. Lovato, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
We're thrilled to offer this collectible Dragonfly mosaic cuff bracelet by award-winning artist Mary C. Lovato. This magnificent piece is one of her first cuff bracelets from 2009. Overlaid on a bed of cottonwood, are many glorious pieces of turquoise, red coral, pen shell and spiny oyster shell set with borders and outlines of sterling silver. We love the square and rectangular shaped turquoise, red coral and spiny oyster cabochons, as they're nicely polished and slightly raised above the surface.
This cuff bracelet's entire inner circumference is about 6 1/4", while the opening is about 1 1/4". It's 2" wide tapering to 1 1/2", and is 1/4" thick. Signed by the artist along with her incised Corn motif.