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Dane Malani from Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico hand carved this eagle from pipestone (or, as it is known scientifically, catlinite) and turquoise inlay for the eyes. Eagle fetishes exist in a number of Pueblo cultures. Hunters sometimes carry them for success when rabbits or other small game are their prey.
The Zuni Pueblo people of northwest New Mexico are world renown for their creativity and skill in stone carving. Zuni fetishes are used for specific purposes such as healing, protection, hunting and fishing. These carvings are a delight to the eye and heart.
Each Carving comes with its own certificate of authenticity letting you know who the carver is and what materials are used to create these magnificent Zuni carvings.
3 ½ inch height
3 inch length
1 ½ inch width
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