A turquoise-eyed spiny oyster shell salmon or trout catch, resides on a river's muddy bank making for a successful hunt and subsequent source of nourishment for Armond Sandoval's Bear
, with thankful eyes of turquoise. Carved from indigenous Zuni travertine, this colorful carving is about 2 1/2" long, 2" wide and 2 1/4" tall. A lovely carved point, perhaps of a travertine, jasper or marble, along with a lapis piece is permanently attached as an offering bundle of thanks for a bear's animal medicine of strength, journeying, hunting and gathering.
*Adding items to your cart does not reserve item or guarantee availablity. Items are only reserved once purchase is complete.