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BEADED GRINCH BY PATSY WAIKANIWA ZUNI

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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ZUNI BUNNY WITH FLOWERS BY PATSY & ARMOND WAIKANIWA

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.  Adorable bunny holding flowers hand made by Patsy...
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GREEN LANTERN BY ALESIA & FARLAN QUETAWKI ZUNI BEADWORK

The Green Lantern was hand beaded by award winning artists, Farlan and Alesia Quetawki.  Using one seed bead at a time, they flawlessly created this piece of beadwork with the peyote stitch.  A unique addition to your Zuni Beadwork or Native American art collection.  Signed   4  1/8” tall x 1 ...
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PATSY & ARMOND WAIKANIWA ZUNI HEART ORNAMENT

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.  Beautiful heart ornament hand made by Patsy and...
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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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ZUNI BEADED STORYTELLER BY TODD PONCHO

Zuni artist Todd Poncho beaded this fabulous storyteller with a great degree of detail.  A wonderful addition to your Zuni beadwork or Native American art collection.  Signed 2  1/8” tall x 3  1/8” long x 2  1/2” wide  Zuni beadwork has evolved from tourist souvenirs to detailed pieces of folk...
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ZUNI BEADED BATMAN BY ALESIA & FARLAN QUETAWKI

Zuni artists, Farlan and Alesia Quetawki made this fabulous Batman.  Using one seed bead at a time, they flawlessly created this piece of beadwork with the peyote stitch.  A unique addition to your Zuni Beadwork or Native American art collection.  Signed   2  1/4” tall x 1  7/8” long x 1” wide  ...
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PIGLET BY RONDA DOSEDO ZUNI 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.  This adorable Piglet is hand made by Ronda...
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HEART ORNAMENT BY PATSY & ARMOND WAIKANIWA ZUNI

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. Lovely heart ornament hand made by Patsy and...
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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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