Three 6-direction fetish sets. The first by Jayne Quam, withe the six directional animals attached to a cross-section of cowry shell. 3 by 3.5 by 1.5 inches. $185. The pipestone badger with the remaining 5 animals on his back is by LeVies Natewa. 3 by 1.5 by 1 inch. $185. And another by Jayne Quam, with a shrew bearing the other five. 2.5 by 2 by 1.5 inches. $125.
All by Lubert and Rosella Soseeah: a fossilized coral bobcat 1.4 inches long. $36 the pipestone badger is 1.4 inches long and $30, A great wolf of Alaskan jade. 2.5 inches long and $40. The fluorite bobcat is 1.75 inches long and $36. and lastly, a jasper mountain, A sleek 3.25 inches long. $45. A jasper bear standing 1.25 inches high. $30. CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES
This very serious, earnest young horned lizard is by Ben Kaamasee and is 2 inches across, $90. Rosella Lunasee’s red jasper bobcat is 1.25 inches high and $32.
(click for full images) First three by Ben Kaamasee: His raven is 1.5 inches high and $60. The long sinewy lizard of Picasso marble is 4 inches long and $120. The rather unnervingly happy rattlesnake of Picasso marble is 1.75 inches across and $75. A serpentine rabbit. 1.75 inches long. by Dannette Laate. $45.
A white marble bison by Lynn Quam. 3 inches long and $75. Fluorite bobcat by Fernando Laiwekete. 3 inches long. $85. The turquoise and Zunistone quail is by Enrike Leekya. 3.25 inches high.$75. The Picasso marble owl by Ben Kaamassee stands 2 inches high and is $90.
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 frog, who just noticed that a hummingbird landed on his back, is 2 inches long and was carved by Terrance Martza. $48. A nearly translucent hummingbird with a turquoise beak. Just under 2 inches high. By Brandon Phillips. $40.
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 Zoisite this double-sided Corn Mother with Corn Maiden, 3.75 inches high, is by Kevin Chapman. $220.
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.
An Alaskan jade bear, 3.25 inches tall, by Lubert and Rosella Sooseah. $90
Two sides of a black mother of pearl Corn Maiden by Gloria Chattin. 3.75 inches high. $65
An alabaster frog with lapis inlaid dragonfly motifs, by Cheryl Beyuka. 1.25 inches long.$60 Kenric Laiwekete carved this limestone and fossil shell bushytail, 3.75 inches long. $70. A pipestone mountain lion by Clissa Martin, with a turquoise dragonfly resting on its shoulder. 2.75 inches long. $75. A sandstone bear by Rick Quam. 2+ inches long. $36
The stone turtle with what some call a medicine necklace is by Farlan Quam and 2.25 inches long. $40. The Picasso marble badger is by Navajo carver Edwin Begay. 1.75 inches long. $28. A turquoise rabbit by Leland Boone and Daphne Quam. 1.75 inches long. $32. A shell eagle by Bryston Bowannie. 1.75 inches across. $40
A Zunistone ram by Alvin Calavaza. 2 inches long and $36. 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. A tiny (1.2 inch high) serpentine owl with a wonderful quizzical expression by Christine Banteah. $36. A green turquoise scorpion by Frank Nieto. $36