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The medicine badger with sun face and prayer feather was carved by Robert Cellicion. $40.A unique Picasso marble horned lizard with inaid coral o his haunches. 2.5 inches long and carved by Ben Kamasee. $60.
The neat things about fetishes carved form glass is that they often shift as you look at them from different angles. This red-headed owl by the Boones is just such a piece. 2 inches long. $36.
lena Boone carved the turquoise bear at left. 1.25 inches long $36. The turquoise bear at right is by Juana Homer, 1.75 inches long and also $36.
Left to right: a mother of pearl frog with an inlaid sun symbol by Bart Poncho. 7/8 inch long. $30. Hiram carved this turtle out of a piece of cottonwood, inlaid with turquoise. 1.5 inches long. $24 A white serpentine frog byCheryle Beyuka. 1 inch long. $24
Lena Boone carved both turquoise critturs. The flat frog is 1.5 inches long and $32. The eagle is 1.25 inches long. $32.
A green speckled glass bison by Lynn Quam. 3.5 inches long. $90.
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.
An entrancing blue glass fish by Daphne Quam. 2 inches long. $36. 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)
A blue-eyed friendly lumbering porcupine of Zunistone by Enrike Leekya. 3 inches long. $48. A two-headed horned lizard by Alvin Haloo. 2.5 inches long. $75.
The turquoise mountain lion (2 inches long and $48) and the turquoise bobcat (1.5+ inches long and $44) are the work of Rosella Lunasse.
A traditional style Zuni jar for doling fetishes in a home, with a opening through which to 'feed' them fetishes are certain times during the year. Made by Bobby Silas of Hopi and Tim Edaakie of Zuni. 6.5 by 8 inches. $300. (TUCSON)
The inquisitive bird with the mosaic tail was made by Steven Natachu and is 2.75 inches long. $45. A carved black marble badger by Vernon Lunasee. 2 1/8 inches long. $45
A very happy frog with his somewhat perplexed friend a cat. Both carved of antler by Robert Weahkee. The frog is 4 inches high and $80 and the cat is 34 inches high and $48.
The spiny oyster shell bird is by Lena Boone. 3.5 inches long with a wingspan of 2.75 inches. $75
At left is an onxy bear wearing a turquoise necklace with a sunface pendant - by Eddington Hanaweeka. 2.25 inches high. SOLD
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.
The black marble manta ray with silver accents was carved by Kenny Chavez.2.5 inch wingspan. $36. A very interesting bird dish by Cheryle Beyuka. 2 inches long. $60.
Navajo carver Stuart Alonso carved this bear out of a type of serpentine called riccolite. 2.25 inches long. $54. At right is a cedar bear by Herbert Halate, who does use cedar from time to time. It measures just over 4 inches long. $75.
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.
A great Zunistone goat by Enrike Leekya. 3 inches long and 2 3/8 inches high. $60.
Stewart Quandelacy carved this 2.5 inch long turquoise bear with a coral heart-line. $60.
A serpentine Medicine Bear carved of onyx by Brian Yatsattie. 4.25 inches high. $185.