Authentic Native American Navajo Crow Fetish Carving

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Navajo Crow Fetish Carving
HK Item #FF309

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Authentic Native American Crow Fetish by Navajo Herbert Davis

Acoma jet Crow with inlaid turquoise eyes and medicine bundle.

Material
Acoma jet, mother of pearl, turquoise, coral
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Size
2 1/2" long
1 3/8" high
3/4" wide
Hallmarks
none
Artist
Herbert Davis, Navajo

Authentic Native American Crow Fetish by Navajo Herbert Davis

Medicine bundle consists of a mother of pearl arrowhead, coral piece, turquoise nugget and shell heishi all tied with sinew.

Authentic Native American Crow Fetish by Navajo Herbert Davis

Herbert Davis
Navajo Crow Fetish Carving
"Black Magic"

FF309 - $55 SOLD

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Authentic Native American Crow Fetish by Navajo Herbert Davis

Authentic Native American Crow Fetish by Navajo Herbert Davis

Authentic Native American Crow Fetish by Navajo Herbert Davis

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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. Read more about fetishes.

CROW / RAVEN - Crow and Raven are very similar in their strengths: both carry great responsibility to Spirit and are the messengers of magic and healing from the universe where all knowledge waits for us. They also symbolize changes in consciousness, of levels of awareness and perception. Shamans, Spiritualists and Healers with Raven/Crow Medicine are able to use their gifts with deeper clarity, understanding and insight, developing greater power and skill in their abilities.

Jet (Acoma Jet) - A solid, durable type of lignite coal that originated from wood material. It is mined around the Acoma Pueblo region, among other places, thus the name Acoma Jet. It is very popular with Indian artists for carving fetishes. It is also used for inlaying jewelry but usually is not used in jewelry stone sets. Jet can be heavy or very lightweight and it is sometimes mistaken for plastic. Read about stones.

 

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