Please check our Tucson fetish gallery for a traditional style fetish jar.


An elk carved of Picass marble by Enrike Leekya, with juniper wood antlers. 3.25 inches long and 3 inches high. $120.

A jet raven by Herbert Halate. 4.25 inches long and $55. Steven Natachu made this jet otter with Picasso Marble pup and inlaid tail. 2.75 inches long and $45.

A marvelous long (4.25 inches) selenite mountain lion by Leland Boone and Daphne Quam. $90.

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

Above are a beautiful badger and owl carved of clam shell by Robert Weahkee. The badger is 4 7/8 inches long while the owl has a wingspan of 5 1/4 inches. Each one is $70.


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 serpentine with augite bear at right was carved by Kelii Eli. It stands 2.75 inches high and is $160.

The two jet frogs with inlay are by Emery Boone. The one at left is 1 1/16 inches wide while the one at right is 1 7/8 inches wide. $90 each. The Mohave green turquoise bird with the shell beak is 1.5 inches long and was made by young Chassie Bowannie. $50.

A mother of pearl bear with a coral and turquoise dragonfly resting on his hind quarters was carved by Clissa Martin. 1.5 inches long and $54. A glass frog with his own rainbow! 1.75 by 2.2 inches. By Leland Boone and Daphne Quam. $60. 

By Kelii Eli (Hawaiian and Zuni), this pipestone lizard with turquoise accents measures 4 5/8 inches in length. $130.

A cute Maltese carved by Felissa Martin. Complete with tuny red coral bows... 1 3/8 inches long. $36 The bison, also of sodalite, was carved by Robert Weahkee. He measures 3 5/8 inches long and $70.

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A nicely detailed Horned Lizard carved of very dark green serpentine by Tony Mackel. He measures 5 1/8" long, $100.

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

Both by Dee Edaakie and all in Santa Fe: the mouse, carved of hematite is 1 7/8 inches long. $110. The wonderstone (a form of sandstone) fox is 3 inches long. SOLD.
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The marvelous, enthusiastic bear by Eddington Hannaweeke is carved of dolomite and stands 2 5/8 inches high; $85. A wonderful raccoon - an expression that those who live among them may not agree with, but still arguably a wonderful carving - by Enrike Leekya. Carved of Picasso marble, it is 3 inches long and $60.



One of Troy Sice's famous antler bears, this one wearing a turquoise and coral necklace. 2.75 inches high. $350.


By Kevin Chapman from Zuni. This turquoise hummingbird drawing nectar is 2 inches high and $180.


 The onyx rabbits by Kelii Eli are each $70 and stand approximately 2.25 inches high. The one on the right is sold. At right is an onyx bear by Emery Eriacho. 2.75 inches long and $36.

 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. A black marble cockatoo by Hudson Sandy, measures 2 3/8 inches high. $90



The unusual owl was carved of Blue Gem turquoise by the inimitable Ricky Laahty. 1 3/8 inches high. $135. Carved of Brazilian fluorite by Bernard Laiwakete, this glorious bear is 2.75 inches long and $90.