A number of additions today (Sept 20) will not be in the Tucson store until Monday - but if one catches your eye, call and we’ll set it aside for you as soon as it comes in.

A white marble bison by Lynn Quam. 3 inches long and $75. The onyx bison is 2 7/8 inches long. $74. A fluorite bobcat. 3 inches long. $85. The turquoise and Zunistone quail is by Enric Leekya. 3.25 inches high.$75.


A great alabaster triceratops by Justin Red Elk. 2.5 inches long and only $60...quite inexpensive for an extinct species.... A pair of ravens, 2.5 inches long and carved by Tony Mackel. $60. The antler and shell dragonfly is by Carl Etsate. 2.5 inches long. $36 The frog, who just noticed that a hummingbird landed on his back, is 2 inches long and was carved by Terence Martza. $48.

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At just under 7 inches high, this is an impressive elk antler bear by Gabe Sice.$285.


The double-sided alabaster corn maiden is by Sandra Quandelacy and stands just under 4 inches high. $110.


Carved of zooisite this double-sided Corn Mother with Corn Maiden, 3.75 inches high, is by Kevin Chapman. $220.

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The white bear who seems to be a protector of the Pueblo maiden, was carved of marble by Sandra Quandelacy. 4 1/8 inches high. $110.

The onyx bear is by Mike Mahooty. 3 1/8 inches long. $45. Kenric Lawaikete carved this limestone and fossil shell bushytail, 3.75 inches long. $70. A pipestone mountain lion by Clissa Martin, with a turquoise dragonfly reston on its shoulder. 2.75 inches long. $75. The chrysoprase wolf is by Fernando Laiwekete. 2.25 inches long and $60.

The stone turtle with what some call a  medicine necklace is by Farlan Quam and 2.25 inches long. $40. The bushytail is carved from an interesting piece of flowing banded serpentine that suggest that this bushytail may be a fox!. By Kelly Lemmentino, it measures 3 inches long and is $54. The onyx eagle was carved by Ronnie Lunasee. 2 7/8 inches long and $36. The Picasso marble badger is by Navajo carver Edwin Begay. 1.75 inches long. $28.


The white shell and black marble skunk was made by Calvert Bowannie. Difficult to tell from this angle, but Calvert carved the skunk's bushy tail to give it the appearance of fur. 2.25 inches long. $48. A Zunistone ram by Alvin Calavaza. 2 inches long and $36. This Picasso marble bear is staring at something up in the sky. My guess is he’s taking one last long look at the Milky Way before going in to hibernate. I really like the way that the carver, Sedrick Panteah, used a natural line in the stone to suggest the ‘heartline’. 2.5 inches high. $60. A white alabaster badger with a red-orange bamboo coral lightning life down the back. Just under 4 inches. By Hiram Peynetsa. Among some Pueblo groups badgers are associated with healing and white, for all is the color of the direction east. $180.