Claudia Peina carved this beautiful butterfly maiden out of antler and her husband made the delicately executed silver wings. It is quite similar to the one that graces the cover of Spirit in the Stone. 5.75 inches high and 4.25 inches across. $450.
A trio of Corn Maidens, carved of Amazonite by Sandra Quandelacy. 4 1/3 inches high. $180.
This mountain lion by Brian Yatsattie is carved form a highly unusual material: fossilized mammoth tooth. 3.25 inches long. $300.
The mountain was carved of limestone with fossilized shell by WIlfred Cheama. Just over 3 inches long. SOLD The mama bear and cub were carved by Clissa Martin. Noteh th coral and turquoise inlaid dragonfly. 7/8 inch long. $75.
It has been quite some time since we have had in work by Ulysses Mahkee, who is best known for his rams with petroglyphs. Carved of serpentine, this one is 2.5 inches long and 1 7/8 inches high. $24.
Two views of a turquoise eagle and eaglet carved by Derrick Kamaasee. 1 5/8 inches high. $90.
Florentino Martinez's son, Eric, is showing the skills he has learned from hsi talented father. This mountain lion, acting as a guardian over the village is very nicely detailed. 1.25 inches high. $54.
This jet and bamboo coral ladybug resting on a Picasso marble leaf was carved by Georgette Quam. 1.75 inches long. $36. The banded serpentine bear was made by the Navajo carver Stewart Alonso. 2.25 inches long. $54.
Mother of pearl Corn Maiden 2.5 inches high. By Vickie Quandelacy. $75.
A striking sodalite mountain lion by Josh Leki. 3.5 inches long. $48.
An unusual Corn Grinding Maiden carved of sodalite is by Claudia Peina. 2.5 inches high. $225. The badger is carved of limestone with fossilized shell. By Donovan Laiwakete. 3 inches long. $68.
A spiderweb turquoise beaver by Mike Laweka. 2.5inches long. $60.
All were carved of zunistone by Enrik Leekya. Each is 3 inches long and carved of Zunistone. The longhorn, moose and elk have cedar/juniper antlers/horns. The Longhorn is $90 while the elk and moose are $110 each. The African lion, who seems quite at home with his horned companions is 3.75 inches long and $110.
Unmistakably a Coho salmon! Carved of red abalone shell by Lloyd Tsalabutie. 3 inches long. $90.
The medicine badger with sun face and prayer feather was carved by Robert Cellicion. $40. The stone turtle is by Farlan Quam and 2.25 inches long. $40.
A remarkably detailed Sun katsina, carved of turquoise by Florentino Martinez. 3 inches high. The color at left is the truest: the sun shining through the very thin sections of turquoise gave it a greenish cast. $300.
The tall (6.75 inches) antler bear is by Gabe Sice. $285. 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.
These are the first animal pairs carved of a single stone that we have had from Lena Boone. The white alabaster bushytail pair is 3.5 inches long and $150. The other alabaster pair is 1 3/8 inches long and $150.
Lena Boone carved the turquoise bear at left. 1.25 inches long $36. A lepidolite bear by Mike Mahooty. 1.5 by 2.5 inches. $48.
The large and imperious Picasso marble owl was carved by Hudson Sandy. 3 inches high and $150 Cheryl Beyuka carved the white serpentine turtle with the turquoise mosaic shell. 2 inches long. $68.
The turquoise eagle is 1.25 inches long. Carved by Lena Boone. $32. That great turquoise frog who has apparently made friends with a hummingbird (or perhaps vice versa) was created by Terrance Martza. 2 inches long. $48
Onyx Corn Maidens by Stuart Quandelacy. Just over 3 inches high. $120.
The jet raven is by Michael Coble and perches 1.5 inches high. $36. 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. 2.25 inces long. $48.
The badger with its young is carved of white serpentine by Cheryl Beyuka. 2.25 inches long. $60. (We also have a slight smaller one, which is priced at $54) Carved of antler, these three bears, circling each other were carved by Max Laate. 1 3/8 inches high and just over 2 inches across. $130.
A blue-eyed friendly lumbering porcupine of Zunistone by Enrike Leekya. 3 inches long. $48. A serpentine otter by Justin Red Elk. $45.
A beautiful onyx horse by Leland Boone. 3.25 inches long. $60.
The turquoise bobcat, (1.5+ inches long and $44 is the work of Rosella Lunasee.
A carved black marble badger by Vernon Lunasee. 2 1/8 inches long. SOLD The jasper bear was carved by Melvin Sandoval of San Felipe Pueblo. 1.5 by 2.5 inches. $90.
Stewart Quandelacy carved this 2.5 inch long turquoise bear with a coral heart-line. $60..
The spiny oyster shell bird is by Lena Boone. 3.5 inches long with a wingspan of 2.75 inches. $75
A beautiful and very large travertine badger by Rosella Lunasee. 6 inches long. $125.
This owl was carved by the inventive Brian Yatsattie who found a beat-up bowling ball at a yard sale and decided to see how that worked for a carving material. This owl has vestiges of the logo that once adorned the surface of it. He dubbed the material "bowlerite". 4 inch wingspan. $240.
A pair of Picasso marble javelinas by Sammy Smith. Each is about 3.5 inches long and 2.25 inches high and $110.
A serpentine frog piggybacking on its serpentine mother. Just under 1.5 inches long and carved by Jesus Espino. $25. The shell frog was carved by Roy Davis, Navajo. 2.25 inches long. $36.
The red glass mountain lion is by Leland Boone and his wife Daphne. 2.25 inches long and $45.
A turquoise hummingbird taking nectar from a flower, by Derrick Kaamasee. 1.25 inches high. $90.
Using quahog shell Brian Yatsattie carved this bear with a Plains Indian style headdress. 3.25 by 2.75 inches. $240. One of Vernon Lunasee's vigilant marble bears. 2 3/8 inches high. SOLD