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NATIVE AMERICAN ZUNI ORTHOCERAS CORN MAIDEN FETISH BY TODD WESTIKA

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DOLOMITE BEAR FETISH BY NANCY WESTIKA NATIVE AMERICAN

Zuni bear fetishes represent healing and strength.  Nancy Westika carved this marvelous bear fetish out of Dolomite and he is carrying a turquoise, coral, and shell bundle.  This A great addition to your Native American or Zuni fetish collection.  Signed 1  1/8” tall x 1” long x 1/2” wide Zuni...
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NELSON YATSATTIE DOLOMITE HORNED TOAD ZUNI FETISH

Captivating hues of pinks and oranges.  Zuni fetish carver Nelson Yatsattie made this superb horned toad out of dolomite with turquoise eyes.  Horned Toad fetishes represent self-reliance and longevity.  Signed 3/4” tall x 2  1/2” long x 1  1/4” wide
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ORTHOCERAS BEAR FETISH BY TODD WESTIKA ZUNI

Zuni bear fetishes represent healing and strength.  This fabulous bear fetish is made out of Orthoceras by Zuni artist Todd Westika.  It is bundled with Turquoise, Coral, and silver.  This fetish showcases the graceful lines and sculptural quality of Todd’s carvings.  A great addition to your Native American or Zuni...
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TRAVERTINE MOUNTAIN LION BY TODD WESTIKA ZUNI FETISH

Zuni mountain lion fetishes represent leadership and resourcefulness.  Wonderfully carved by Todd Westika.  Made out of Travertine and bundled with a turquoise arrowhead.   A great addition to your Native American or Zuni fetish collection.  Signed 1  1/2” tall x 3  3/4” long x 7/8” wide Zuni fetishes are carvings made from various...
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PURISIMA EAGLE CARVING BY TODD WESTIKA ZUNI FETISH

Interesting specimen of Purisima!  Zuni carver Todd Westika hand crafted this magnifice eagle out of Purisima and bundled with a turquoise arrowhead.  In Zuni, eagles are seen as guardians of the upper region.  A great addition to your Native American or Zuni fetish collection.  Signed 1  1/8” tall x 3 ...
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ORTHOCERAS WOLF BY TODD WESTIKA ZUNI FETISH

Zuni fetish carver, Todd Westika carved this exquisite wolf fetish out Orthoceras and bundled with a turquoise arrowhead.  Wolves are the Guardian animal of the East and a powerful hunting fetish.  They also represent teachers and pathfinders.  A great addition to your Native American or Zuni fetish collection.  Signed 1 ...
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DOLOMITE WOLF BY NANCY WESTIKA ZUNI FETISH

Zuni fetish carver, Nancy Westika hand crafted this marvelous wolf fetish out Dolomite and bundled it with a turquoise, shell, and coral.  Wolves are the Guardian animal of the East and a powerful hunting fetish.  They also represent teachers and pathfinders.  A great addition to your Native American or Zuni...
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KOROIT BOULDER OPAL TURTLE BY BRIAN YATSATTIE ZUNI

Zuni fetish carver, Brian Yatsattie made this fabulous turtle.  Hand carved out of Koroit Boulder Opal with Jet inlaid eyes.  Zuni turtle fetishes are one of the oldest symbols of Mother Earth and they symbolize longevity. 3/4” tall x 2  1/2” long x 1  1/8” wide Zuni fetishes are carvings...
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LABRADORITE MAIDEN BY TODD WESTIKA ZUNI FETISH

Handmade by Zuni fetish carver Todd Westika, this Maiden fetish is a wonderful addition to your Native American art or Zuni fetish collection.  The Corn Maiden is an important figure in Pueblo culture, bringing a good harvest to feed the people.  Made out of labradorite and decorated with silver and...
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ZUNI FETISH BRIAN YATSATTIE TAGUA NUT SPIDER

Sensational spider 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 Brian Yatsattie.  Spiders represent creative patterns of life.  Signed 1...
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