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LABRADORITE BEAR BY BERNARD LAIWAKETE ZUNI FETISH

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MIKE YATSAYTE SERPENTINE TURTLE ZUNI FETISH

Zuni turtle fetishes are one of the oldest symbols of Mother Earth and they symbolize longevity.  Delightful turtle fetish.  Created out of serpentine by Zuni fetish carver Mike Yatsayte.  The turtle has inlaid turquoise eyes and spots.  Signed 5/8″ tall x 1  1/2” long x 1” wide
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ZUNI FETISH PICASSO MARBLE BEAVER BY BRIAN YATSATTIE

The Beaver represents a hard worker, a builder and attaining a sense of achievement.  Beautifully carved out of picasso marble with turquoise eyes.  Wrapped in a blanket, this marvelous beaver fetish would be a great addition to your Native American art or Zuni fetish collection.  Hand made by Zuni artist...
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GLASS FROG BY LELAND BOONE ZUNI FETISH

In prehistoric times, frog carvings appeared in jewelry.  Zuni frog fetishes are associated with rain, abundance, and fertility.  Hand made by Zuni fetish carver Leland Boone, this fabulous frog fetish is made out of glass.  Leland usually carves his Zuni fetishes out of non-traditional materials, most notably glass slag. 3/4″...
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SERPENTINE BEAR BY MIKE YATSAYTE ZUNI FETISH

Beautiful bands of colors.  Zuni fetish carver, Mike Yatsayte created this delightful bear fetish out of serpentine and inlaid turquoise eyes.  Bundled with an apple coral arrowhead.  The Bear symbolizes healing and strength. 1” tall x 1  1/2” long x 1/2” wide Zuni fetishes are carvings made from various materials...
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NEW MEXICO TRAVERTINE BEAR FETISH BY TODD WESTIKA ZUNI

Zuni carver Todd Westika created this bear fetish out of Travertine and bundled it with a Turquoise arrowhead.  This fetish showcases the graceful lines and sculptural quality of Todd’s carvings.  Zuni bear fetishes represent healing and strength.  A great addition to your Native American or Zuni fetish collection.  Signed 1 ...
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ZUNI GLASS TURTLE FETISH BY LELAND BOONE

Zuni turtle fetishes are one of the oldest symbols of Mother Earth and they symbolize longevity.  Zuni artist Leland Boone carved this delightful turtle fetish.  Leland usually carves his Zuni fetishes out of non-traditional materials, most notably glass slag. 1″ tall x 1  3/8” long x 1” wide Zuni fetishes are...
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FRED WEEKOTY PICASSO MARBLE TURTLE ZUNI FETISH

Zuni turtle fetishes are one of the oldest symbols of Mother Earth and they symbolize longevity.  Delightful turtle fetish.  Created out of picasso marble by Zuni fetish carver Fred Weekoty.  The turtle has inlaid turquoise eyes and spot.  Signed 3/8″ tall x 1  3/4” long x 1” wide Zuni fetishes are carvings...
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ZUNI FETISH ORTHOCERAS BEAR BY TODD WESTIKA

Zuni bear fetishes represent healing and strength.  Todd Westika carved this bear fetish out of Orthoceras.  This fetish showcases the graceful lines and sculptural quality of Todd’s carvings.  A great addition to your Native American or Zuni fetish collection.  Signed 1  1/4” tall x 2  3/4” long x 1/2” wide...
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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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MIKE YATSAYTE TAGUA NUT OTTER ZUNI FETISH

Adorable otter hand carved out of a Tagua Nut, a nut indigenous to the rainforests of South America and is known throughout the world as Vegetable Ivory.  An amazing amount of precision and detail is carved throughout this fetish.  Created by Zuni carver Mike Yatsayte.  Signed 1” tall x 2 ...
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