Droplets of rain accumulate on award-winning artist Troy Sice's antler Frog
in the form of gorgeous and various sphere-shaped lapis lazuli inlays. Coral in gold lip shell eyes are thankful for the moisture. In Zuni Pueblo, frogs are often carved and also appear on prayer bowls since many of the Zuni prayers and dances ask for water in the form of spring rain or winter snow. This museum-quality amphibian measures about 1" deep, 3/4" wide and 1" tall. Crushed jet and serpentine paste inlays are seen on the underside of this fabulous water creature.