Rhoda Quam (d) was the daughter of Annie Gasper Quam (d), sister of Lynn Quam and niece of Ellen Quandelacy (d). It is rare to see one of Rhoda’s fabulous carvings these days, as she passed away in 2002.
We're honored to offer this incredible ammonite fossil carving, uniting corn maiden, tablita maidens and olla maidens. Rhoda overlaid their faces of either pink coral, turquoise, gold lip shell and lapis. Their facial features are incised and darkened with jet. They are inlaid with turquoise, shell and red coral pieces. Don't miss this opportunity to add an extraordinary fetish to your collection. About 2 3/8" tall, 2" wide and 5/8" deep.