Both "fordite' turtles by Brian Yatsattie. The one at left is just under 2 inches. $120.  The one at right is larger:  2.4 inches long $180

"Fordite" is what Brian has dubbed the paint slag he carves that came from a closed Ford plant.

A calcite whale by Melvin Sandoval of San Felipe Pueblo.Just under 5.75 inches long. $150. A large stone bison by Wilson Romero of Cochiti. 5.25 inches long and 3.75 inches high. $90.


Two more critters by Brian Yatsattie. The dragonfly measures 2 5/8 inches long and it's wingspan is 2.25 inches. $140. The snake is $320 and measures 3 inches from head to tail.

Sandra Quandelacy carved this reversible turquoise Corn Maidens. 1 5/8 inches tall. $120.

The white alabaster Dalmation is by Cody Nastacio, who carves great dogs. 3.25 inches long and just over 2 inches high. $75. The stone owl is by Wilson Romero of Cochiti. 3 inches high. SOLD.


Alex Tsethlikai carved this alabaster grey whale. 4 inches long. $45.

The sandstone pig at left was carved by Brandon Phillips. 2 /38 inches long. $45. The serpentine dustmop dog is by Felissa Martin of Zuni. 1.75 inches long $36.

The white alabaster goat is 2.75 inches high and 2.25 inches long. By Bryston Bowannie. $60 The Picasso marble beaver is by Enrike Leekya. 2 inches high. $60.


The magpie of jet and shell was carved  by Hayes Leekya. 3 inches long. $45. A shell porcupine with lapis eyes, by Cody Nastacio. SOLD.

 A bobcat of Picasso marble by Wilfred Cheama. 2.25 inches long. $75. Robert Weahkee carved this elegant cat with its very own silver concha collar out of antler. He stands 3 1/8 inches high. $54. 



A turtle by Kevin Quam, carved of serpentine and inlaid with a turquoise dragonfly. 2.25 inches long. $42. An eagle pair of turquoise by Alvin Calavaza. 2.25 inches high. $45.



A charoite badger by Lisa Bobelu. 2.75 inches long. $60. The Zunistone bobcat with its turquoise kit is by Kimberly Kallestewa. 2.25 by 1.75 inches. $75.



This bear is footloose and fancy free! Carved of elk antler by Claudia Peina, it stands 3.25 inches high and is $75. A whimsical pipestone and jet racoon by Justin Red Elk. $60.