This frog was carved out of a very cool piece of turquoise. 1 5/8 inches long and by Brian Yatsattie. A wonderful frog of dark -almost jade green turquoise, also by Brian, measures 2 7/8 inches long and SOLD A shrew (guardian of the nadir) carved of serpentine by Fred Weekoty. 2.75 inches long and $30. The recycled bowling ball mountain lion is by Evalena Boone. 2.25 inches long. $45.
The first two from left to right are carved by Edwin Begay, Navajo: A serpentine frog measuring 1.75 inches long and $26. An alabaster bison measuring 2.5 inches long and $30. A Zunistone frog by Enrike Leekya. 1.75 inches high. $48. A trio of owls, with a squirrel quietly hiding inside the hollow log on which they are resting. 3 inches across. By Justin Red Elk. $110.
The jet snake is by Louise Ponchuella, carved of slate it is 5 inches long and $60. A classic bear by Herbert Him. 3 inches long and 2 inches high, carved of Picasso marble. $150. A serpentine turtle sporting a coral and turquoise dragonfly, by Clissa Martin. 1.5 inches long and $40.
Debra Gaspar made these two rams. The ram in the foreground is carved of onyx and stands 1.25 inches high, while the alabaster one stands 1 1/8 inches high. Each $66. Three crows conspiring!! Carved of jet by Michael Coble. 3.75 inches high. $135. The frog with a ribbon of turquoise down its back and a dragonfly was made by Daisy Natewa. 1.6 inches long $48. A marble bear by Garrick Acque, he measures 2 7/8 inches from nose to tail, $60.
The Brazilian fluorite frog has a neat little green tinge to his lips. By Kenric Laiwakete. 2 3/8 inches long. $125. A lepidolite eagle 1 by 2.2 inches, by Ryan Awelgate. $40. Stewart Quandelacy also makes some pottery and it is a pottery shard that was used to create this Zuni maiden. 3 inches high and $105. The stone rooster, 2.75 inches high, is by Enrike Leekya. $85.
A Labradorite Bird by Leland Boone and Daphne Quam. 3.25 inches long $ 48. The fluorite bird was carved by Lena Boone. 2.5 inches long. $54. The turtle and dragonfly are by Brian Yatsattie and carved of “fordite”, which is what Brian has dubbed the paint slag he carves that came from a closed Ford plant. The dragonfly measures 2 5/8 inches long and its wingspan is 2.25 inches. $140. The turtle is just under 2 inches. $120.
An orthoceras mountain lion, on the prowl. Carved by Kenric Laiwekete. 4 1/8 inches long and $90.