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Imagine this majestic Eagle soaring on the thermals over the ancient Zuni cliff houses near Ramah, New Mexico as the sunset lights its broad wings with golden rays. Hiram Peynetsa is a master carver. Here he has carved the powerful beak and profile, and the sweeping wing feathers all with sharp definition from a brilliantly blue lapis spangled with gold pyrite. Both wings display neatly inlaid turquoise heartlines re-enforcing the spirit of this mighty predator. With a wingspan of about 3 1/2" and a low profile of about 1/4" and eyes of inlaid turquoise.
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.
Lorenzo Garcia, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Peter Sohappy, New Mexican
Salvador Romero, Cochiti
Fred Bowannie used the natural fissurs and colors in this stone to give this toad (Frog ) the most delightful kissable expression. At the same time it looks so natural we can imagine it hopping out of the indigenous Zuni rock in which it was found. About 2 7/8" long and 3/4" tall this amphibian has bulging eyes of pen shell inlaid in mother of pearl shell.
Charles Martinez, Jr.
Hand fabricated from coral, jet, mother of pearl shell, jet, turquoise, all set in sterling silver these are elegant earrings you will want to wear everyday.
Not only is each stone hand cut to sit next to its neighbor tight, snug, and smooth, but each stone is also cut to follow the curve of the earring. Each color is a different stone. Amazing craftsmanship. About 5/8" long and 1/4" wide
Keshi: The Zuni Connection
Give the gift of choice with a KESHi electronic gift card. KESHi online electronic gift cards are available for purchase via our website. Cards are issued via email to the purchaser with a gift card code, and the recipient can use the code at website checkout. Our electronic gift cards have no processing fees, no expiration dates, and can be used only on our website. Please call the Keshi Web Office for additional information or assistance at 505-795-7119.
KESHi in-store gift certificates are available by calling our gallery at 505-989-8728. They can be purchased in any amount and either mailed to you or your recipient, or picked up at 227 Don Gaspar, in downtown Santa Fe.
At 3 3/4" long and 1 1/4" at the widest point these striking cluster work earrings by Phyllis Laate are a real show stopper. Well known for her classic chandelier style earrings, Phyllis hand-fabricated these danglers from 84 individual Sleeping Beauty turquoise cabochons each set in a hand made bezel. The rich natural turquoise and dark patina of the sterling silver give them an aged vintage look.
Brian Yatsattie is a prolific and wonderfully expressive carver. We're drooling over his reversible Honduran black opal Eagle pendant, about 2 7/8" long including bale fixture and 2 1/8" wide. This specimen of Honduran black opal is dancing with green, purple, blue and red opalized goodness. This glorious and honorable raptor has jet inlaid eyes.
Christopher Sandoval, Zuni-San Felipe
Christopher Sandoval is carver Melvin Sandoval's son. We're intrigued by Chris' magnesite specimen, which is quite pretty because the variations are unique and a joy to look at. It makes for a gorgeous, low to the ground Badger, about 2 1/2" long, 1 1/2" wide and 5/8" tall, with turquoise inlaid eyes. It's well-polished too.
Kevin Chapman, Zuni-Sioux