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William Waites
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Lived in Fort Myers, FL
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Unique new Zuni bear fetish by Lynn and Jayne Quam. Only at www.ZuniLink.com
This bear fetish was carved by husband wife team, Lynn Quam (Zuni) and Jayne Quam (Navajo) from fishrock. Lynn carved the bear shape and Jayne did the inlay work, which includes stone and shell. Note the pueblo building design incorporated in the left-facing side. 3" by 4" by 1" thick #RW10
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Minerals are not lifeless. They are God's creations along with everything else. Zuni carvers believe the spirit of animal lies deep within. Often the stone reveals its spirit in its raw form. More often, the skill of carver is employed to cut away everything that is not the animal's spirit. The result is an object of supernatural strength and powers for those who believe in it. As collectors of these "fetish" carvings, we seek to learn more, feel the power, enjoy the creativity and live in the world where art can do mystical things. Join us.
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Yes, there is a Santa Claus.
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Our new website. Better photos. Big news coming soon.
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Continuing upgrades of our mobile site. Check out great Mother's Day gift ideas.
Home for Native American turquoise jewelry, bracelets, cross necklaces, earrings, pins and pendants
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Place all these corn maidens, carved from a single piece of serpentine, in your home or office, and watch the good fortune find it's way to you.
TERRENCE MARTZA MULTI-CORNMAIDEN ZUNI FETISH "Amazing" is what we said when we saw this fishrock carving of 8 corn maidens by Terrence Martza, Zuni. Picture the envious glances this tabletop masterpiece will generate in your home. 4 1/4" high x 5" wide x 3" deep RK43 - $330
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Celebrate Indigenous People's day by wearing beautiful Navajo jewelry. http://www.Native-American-jewelry.org is a great source.
Brown University faculty announced on Feb. 2 that the holiday formerly known as Columbus Day would be renamed ...
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Hell of a reel, Max. Hell of a reel!
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Lover of words, tribal art and Susanne
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