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Chris Peina - Zuni Owl Fetish Carving

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Authentic Native American Owl Fetish Carving by Zuni Chris Peina

Pipestone Owl with turquoise inlaid eyes.

Material
pipestone, turquoise
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Size
1 3/4" tall x 1" wide x 1" long
Hallmark
C.PEINA ZUNI
Artist
Chris Peina, Zuni

Native American Indian Jewelry and Fetish Carving booksChris Peina's work is featured in Zuni Fetishes and Carvings by Kent McManis.

  Authentic Native American Owl Fetish Carving by Zuni Chris Peina

Authentic Native American Owl Fetish Carving by Zuni Chris Peina

"Red Magic"
Chris Peina - Zuni
Owl Fetish Carving

#FF327 - $50

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Authentic Native American Owl Fetish Carving by Zuni Chris Peina

Authentic Native American Owl Fetish Carving by Zuni Chris Peina

Authentic Native American Owl Fetish Carving by Zuni Chris Peina

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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.

OWL MEDICINE: Owl is most often associated with feminine energies; creativity, sensitivity, awareness of the unseen world around us, spiritual energies and magic. Many shamans, psychic healers, mystics and mediums have owl medicine either as a primary totem or can call upon one as needed. They can see clear through to the core reason for any type of imbalance and then they can spot the proper medicine needed to heal the imbalance. Owl totem is a powerful ally and the wonders of her gifts are immeasurable.

Pipestone, also known as catlinite, is a form of clay called argillite with a high iron content that colors it a deep red to pale orange. Pipestone was discovered in southwestern Minnesota by the Sioux Indians, who consider it a sacred material and use it to carve pipes and other ceremonial objects. It is easy to carve because of its lack of quartz. Read about stones

 

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