Native American Navajo Indian Horse Fetish Carving

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Ben Livingston Navajo Horse Fetish
"Four Spot"
HK Item #FH382

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Native American Indian Horse Fetish

Materials
Alabaster, turquoise, jet
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Length
3 1/4"
Height
2"
Width
3/4"
Artist
Ben Livingston, Navajo

Native American Indian Horse Fetish

Power spots of inlaid jet.

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"Four Spot"
Ben Livingston - Navajo
Alabaster Horse Fetish

FH382 - $65 SOLD

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Native American Indian Horse Fetish

Dime above shows scale of horse.

Native American Indian Horse Fetish

Native American Indian Horse Fetish

Inlaid turquoise eyes.

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What is a Fetish?

A fetish is a rock carving of an animal that captures the spirit and the essence of the animal, not necessarily its exact detailed conformation. Although carved from many types of rock, fishrock is traditional. Read more about fetishes.

HORSE - The Horse Spirit inspires our dreams, awakens passion, carries us far and fast, and brings us close to our instinctual and authentic nature. Horse enables us to move beyond our limitations and run freely. Spirit or Medicine Horses were and are extremely helpful in guidance, healing, protection and ceremony. Horse represents wisdom, physical power and unearthly power. Horse enables healers to travel in Spirit energy, using Horse to help guide them to the answer. Horses are symbols that can express our magical side. Horses are also known as symbols of freedom and independence.

ALABASTER is a dense, fine-grained variety of gypsum (calcium sulfate) that is sometimes transluscent, streaked or mottled and often resembles white marble and onyx. It is also called Mexican onyx, Algerian onyx, Gibraltar stone and oriental alabaster, depending on where it was mined. It has historically been quarried in England, Italy, Algeria, Egypt, Iran, and Mexico. In the United States there are important sources in Colorado, Utah and Arizona. Read about stones

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