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ZUNI ORTHOCERAS BEAR FETISH BY TODD WESTIKA

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ANTLER RAM BY JERROLD LAHALEON ZUNI FETISH

The ram symbolizes a sense of self-worth.  Zuni fetish carver Jerrold Lahaleon made this noble ram fetish.  Hand carved out antler with turquoise eyes.  Standing tall and strong, this ram fetish is intricately carved with a great amount of detail.  A unique addition to any Zuni fetish or Native American...
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ZUNI FETISH BRIAN YATSATTIE TURQUOISE & SPINY OYSTER DRAGONFLY

An alluring combination of colors with a mosaic of spiny oyster and turquoise inlaid on a jet base.  Zuni fetish carver Brian Yatsattie created this gorgeous dragonfly fetish.  A great addition to your Zuni fetish or Native American art collection. 1/2” tall x 2  3/4” long x 3” wide Zuni...
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ZUNI LABRADORITE BEAR FETISH BY TODD WESTIKA

Zuni bear fetishes represent healing and strength.  Zuni carver Todd Westika created this marvelous bear fetish out of Labradorite and bundled it with Turquoise, Coral, and silver .  Labradorite is a member of the Feldspar family and is treasured for its remarkable play of color, known as labradorescence.  This luminous...
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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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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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BRIAN YATSATTIE ANGELITE & TURQUOISE CORN MAIDEN ZUNI FETISH

Beautiful corn maiden hand carved out of angelite and turquoise.  Wonderful shape.  Handmade by Zuni fetish carver Brian Yatsattie.  The Corn Maiden is an important figure in Pueblo culture, bringing a good harvest to feed the people.  A wonderful addition to your Native American art or fetish collection. 3  1/2”...
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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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DELVIN LEEKYA ZUNI ROCK MOUNTAIN LION ZUNI FETISH

Zuni fetish artist Delvin Leekya comes from a family of carvers, and he is the grandson of Leekya Deyuse.  Delvin continues to create traditional fetishes in the style of his famous grandfather.  This magnificent mountain lion is made out of Zuni Rock (Travertine) with turquoise eyes, and a turquoise and...
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PICASSO MARBLE LIZARD BY NELSON YATSATTIE ZUNI FETISH

Zuni fetish carver, Nelson Yatsattie made this remarkable lizard. Hand carved out of Picasso Marble with Turquoise inlaid eyes. Lizards represent conversation and agility. Signed 7/8” tall x 4  3/8” long x 1  3/8” wide Zuni fetishes are carvings made from various materials by the Zuni people.  Traditionally, fetishes served...
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ZUNI ORTHOCERAS BUFFALO FETISH BY TODD WESTIKA NATIVE AMERICAN

Zuni fetish carver, Todd Westika created this exquisite buffalo fetish out of Orthoceras with silver eyes and Mother of Pearl Shell horns.  The buffalo has a Turquoise inlaid Heartline.  Bold form that gives this buffalo fetish a sense of strength and endurance.  Signed 2  5/8” tall x 5” long x...
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