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Alvert Lamy, Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico, USA
Really cool little bear. This is a "design" I have seen Alvert do before, but this is a particularly well executed piece.
Tagua nuts come from South America. When they cure (dry) they get very hard and take on the carving characteristics of ivory, hence the nickname "plant ivory". Happily, it is a very sustainable material. The artist is limited by the size of the nut, but I wish more artists would do some work in this.
Remember to check the dimensions - the photos are extreme close-ups.
Signed: A LAMY ZUNI NM
Herbert Him. Zuni Fetish Carver Special piece with bears front, back, and top by noted carver Herbert Him. This is one 6.2oz substantial piece of turquoise; not something you often see. Many...
Abby Quam, Zuni Remember to check the dimensions - the photos are extreme close-ups. Combine purchases to reach $100 for free shipping Length: 1-13/16" Width: 5/8" Height: 1" Weight: 1.1oz/31gr/0.07lbs Signed: AQ 051020
Ephraim Chavez, Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico, USA Nice curvature to this piece and features the turquoise dot accents found in some of Ephraim's pieces. It shows the influence of Herbert...
Jamie Homer, Zuni I'm not sure of Jamie's lineage but I suspect he is part of the younger generation of the Leekya Deyuse family. This style of this bear falls...