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ZUNI BEADED KOSHARE BY TODD PONCHO NATIVE AMERICAN

Zuni artist Todd Poncho beaded this delightful koshare with a great degree of detail.  A wonderful addition to your Zuni beadwork or Native American art collection.  Signed 2  3/4” tall x 2” long x 2” wide  Zuni beadwork has evolved from tourist souvenirs to detailed pieces of folk art.  First...
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NATIVE AMERICAN ZUNI KEY RING BY ARMOND & PATSY WAIKANIWA

Zuni artists, Patsy and Armond Waikaniwa made this fabulous beaded key chain.  Great colors and patterns.  Carry your keys around in style!     10  3/8 ″ x 5/8″ x 5/8″ When trade beads were introduced to Native Americans, they made these colorful glass beads part of their jewelry.  Over the...
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ZUNI BEADED PANDA BEAR BY HOLLIE BOOQUA

Zuni beadwork has evolved from tourist souvenirs to detailed pieces of folk art.  First the Zuni artists carve a wooden form and then they bead over it, using the peyote stitch and seed or glass beads.  With a continuous strand, Zuni beaders meticulously create wonderful patterns throughout their beadwork.  Darling...
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ZUNI BEADED TURTLE BY FARLAN & ALESIA QUETAWKI

Zuni artists are excelling in the art of beadwork, with each piece having a great amount of detail and artistry.  Zuni beadwork has evolved from tourist souvenirs to detailed pieces of folk art.  First the Zuni artists carve a wooden form and then they bead over it, using the peyote...
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NATIVE AMERICAN SUN FACE ZIA SYMBOL MONEY CLIP BY JEREMY HUSTITO

Zuni Pueblo is the largest pueblo in New Mexico, and because of its location, Zuni is the most traditional.  Continuing to make jewelry, fetishes, and pottery, most of the people of Zuni are artists.  Zuni jewelry makers are known for lapidary skills including inlay, needlepoint, and petite point work.  This...
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BEADED ANGEL BY TODD PONCHO NATIVE AMERICAN

Zuni beadwork has evolved from tourist souvenirs to detailed pieces of folk art.  First the Zuni artists carve a wooden form and then they bead over it, using the peyote stitch and seed or glass beads.  With a continuous strand, Zuni beaders meticulously create wonderful patterns throughout their beadwork.  Lovely...
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BEADED STORYTELLER BY TODD PONCHO ZUNI

Zuni artist Todd Poncho beaded this lovely storyteller with a great degree of detail.  A wonderful addition to your Zuni beadwork or Native American art collection.  Signed 2  1/4” tall x 2  3/8” long x 2  1/8” wide  Zuni beadwork has evolved from tourist souvenirs to detailed pieces of folk...
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THE GRINCH BY PATSY WAIKANIWA NATIVE AMERICAN BEADWORK

Zuni beadwork has evolved from tourist souvenirs to detailed pieces of folk art.  The Zuni artists bead over a form, using the peyote stitch and seed or glass beads.  With a continuous strand, Zuni beaders meticulously create wonderful patterns throughout their beadwork.  Fabulous Grinch hand made by Patsy Waikaniwa.  Unique...
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NATIVE AMERICAN BEADWORK POW WOW DANCER BY TODD PONCHO ZUNI

Zuni beadwork has evolved from tourist souvenirs to detailed pieces of folk art.  First the Zuni artists carve a wooden form and then they bead over it, using the peyote stitch and seed or glass beads.  With a continuous strand, Zuni beaders meticulously create beautiful patterns throughout their beadwork.  This...
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KEY RING BY PATSY & ARMOND WAIKANIWA ZUNI BEADWORK

Zuni artists, Patsy and Armond Waikaniwa hand beaded this magnificent key chain. Great colors that compliment the design. Carry your keys around in style! 9  3/4″ x 5/8″ x 5/8″ When trade beads were introduced to Native Americans, they made these colorful glass beads part of their jewelry. Over the...
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