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Above are two wolf pairs by Jayne Quam (Navajo, married into Zuni many years ago). Each is about 3 inches long. the black marble and green serpentine pair at left is $68 while the black marble and red alabaster pair at right with inlaid turquoise is $75.


A Zunistone lion with turquoise eyes and nose by Enroke Leekya. 3 by 2 3/8 inches.$110.



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

The white alabster goat is 2.75 inches high and 2.25 inches long. By Bryston Bowannie. $60 The black marble stingray was carved by Kenny Chavez. 2.5 inches across. $36

Both sides of an ammonite bear by Abby Quam Panteah. 1.5 inches long. $85.

The coloration in the glass that Chase Weahkie used to carve this mountain lion suggests a jaguar. 2 inches long. $60. (click for larger images)

The magpie of jet and shell was carved  by Hayes Leekya. 3 inches long. $42. The lizard is carved from tile slag (which some have dubbed the mineral-sounding name of rainbow calsilica) 2.5 inches long, it was made by Kelii Eli (Hawaiian-Zuni). $130.

 A bobcat of Picasso marble by Wilfred Cheama. 2.25 inches long. $75. Robert Weahkee carved this winsome cat out of antler. He stands 3 1/8 inches high, $48.

The otter and pup of turquoise are by Brandon Phillips. 2 /38 inches long. $45.A turtle by Kevin Quam, carved of serpentine and inlaid with a turquoise dragonfly. 2.25 inches long. $42



. The bear was carved of Picasso marble and decorated by Shannon Calabaza. 2 inches high. $45. A Picasso marble dragonfly by Douglas Martza. 2.25 inch wingspan. $36

Four Corn Maidens carved from a piece of sandstone by Gloria Chattin. 1 5/8 inches high. $130.

 Beautiful bear carved of tile slag by Bernard Laiwekete. Almost 2.5 inches long. $45.


 Mike Mahooty carved the onyx badger. 3.25 inches long. $50.The Zunistone bobcat with its turquoise kit is by Enrike Leekya. 2.25 by 1.75 inches. $75.


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A serpentine bison carved by Stewart Alonzo, Navajo. 3.2 inches long. $90.

 A charoite badger by Lisa Bobelu. 2.75 inches long. $60. The Pueblo maiden is carved of cuperite (a copper mineral by Sandra Quandelacy. 2.75 inches high. $135.

The butterfly was carved from a material dubbed "Fordite". What that is, is accumulated paint overspray from the paint section of a closed Ford plant! The wingspan is about 2.25 inches and the height is 1 inch. By Brian Yatsattie, $180. The bear pair of black jet and white marble was carved by Herbert Halate. 2.5 inches long. $45.


Kelii Eli (Hawaiian and Zuni) carved this horned lizard  out of fossilized mammoth tooth !! it measures 2.5 inches long. $90. 

Bear with friend. He (she?) is carved of Zunistone while its bird companion is carved of azurite-malachite. By Hayes Leekya it is $85. and and 3.25 inches long. 2 inches high.

A wonderful dog carved of antler by Robert Weahkee. It stands 1 5/8 inches high and $60.


This bear is footloose and fancy free! Carved of elk antler by Claudia Peina, it stands 3.25 inches high and is $75. We have quite a number of carvings by Abby Quam and Clayton Panteah but we selected this one to start with. Carved of variscite its 2 inches long and $60.

 A pair of whales (white whales?) surfacing, carved of mother of pearl by Kevin Chapman. 2 inches high. (the base is 2.75 by 1.5 inches) $140. The unusual owl was carved of Blue Gem turquoise by the inimitable Ricky Laahty. 1 3/8 inches high. $135.