Turquoise, Apple Coral & Fossilized Walrus Ivory Mountain Lion

By Brian Yatsattie

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In Zuni Pueblo tradition, a mountain lion is the eldest brother and most important of the Six-Directional animals. Stealthy in nature, a mountain lion carving is brought along for success in the hunt. An exciting fossilized walrus ivory specimen is now a bed for overlaid sections of bright apple coral and turquoise on this phenomenal two-sided Mountain-lion (puma, panther, cougar or leopard) by Brian Yatsattie. The fossilized ivory is strikingly gorgeous. Observant eyes are from jet inlays and a long tail is up and over the backside in old-style presentation. About 2 1/4" long, 3/8" wide and 1 1/4" tall.

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