Zuni Travertine Hand Pendant

By Bryson Bobelu

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Bryson Bobelu comes from the Leekya Deyuse (d) family of noted Zuni Pueblo artists. Leekya was born in 1889 and is famous for his carvings, fetish necklaces, human figurines and pieces of jewelry incorporating leaves, animals and even hands. Bryson honors his forefather with an Indigenous Zuni travertine hand pendant overlaid with fingernails from bright turquoise. The hand symbol can represent creativity, harmony and helpfulness. A drilled hole facilitates suspension with a nice turquoise-colored cotton cord. The amazing hand pendant itself is about 1 1/4" long, 1 1/4" wide and 3/8" deep.

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