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FLUORITE HORSE FETISH BY KENRIC LAIWAKETE ZUNI

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NELSON YATSATTIE DOLOMITE HORNED TOAD ZUNI FETISH

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PICASSO MARBLE LIZARD BY NELSON YATSATTIE ZUNI FETISH

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LABRADORITE BEAR BY BERNARD LAIWAKETE ZUNI FETISH

The Bear symbolizes healing and strength.  Zuni fetish carver, Bernard Laiwakete hand crafted this fabulous bear fetish.  Labradorite is a member of the Feldspar family and is treasured for its remarkable play of color, known as labradorescence.  This luminous specimen is filled with hues of blues and greys.  Labradorite also...
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LABRADORITE BEAR BY BRIAN YATSATTIE ZUNI FETISH

The bear is considered Guardian of the West by the Zuni, and they represent strength, courage, and healing and protection.  Wonderfully carved, this bear fetish is hand carved from Labradorite.  Labradorite is a member of the Feldspar family and is treasured for its remarkable play of color, known as labradorescence. ...
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ALABASTER BEAR FETISH BY GABE SICE ZUNI NATIVE AMERICAN

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TRAVERTINE MOUNTAIN LION BY TODD WESTIKA ZUNI FETISH

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KOROIT BOULDER OPAL TURTLE BY BRIAN YATSATTIE ZUNI

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ANTLER RAM BY JERROLD LAHALEON ZUNI FETISH

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