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 HK Item #FF335 
"Lucky Duck"
Bremette Epaloose - Zuni duck Fetish Carving

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Authentic Native American duck Fetish of malachite by Zuni Bremette Epaloose

Inlaid turquoise eyes.

Material
malachite, turquoise, Read about stones
Size
1" tall
5/8" wide
1 1/2" deep front to back
Hallmark
none
Artist
Bremette Epaloose, Zuni

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

About Native American authenticity.

Authentic Native American duck Fetish of malachite by Zuni Bremette Epaloose

Small chip on the front.

Authentic Native American duck Fetish of malachite by Zuni Bremette Epaloose

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Bremette Epaloose - Zuni
Duck Fetish Carving
"Lucky Duck"

#FF335 - $30 SOLD

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Paula says - "There is a small chip on the bottom and another on the breast of this carving where a thin pieces of malchite flaked off. The chips are barely noticeable and are the wabi sabi of this Lucky Duck."

Authentic Native American duck Fetish of malachite by Zuni Bremette Epaloose

Authentic Native American duck Fetish of malachite by Zuni Bremette Epaloose

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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.

Malachite has been carved into ornaments and worn as jewelry for thousands of years, and in some ancient civilizations it was thought to be a protection from evil if worn as jewelry. Malachite is generally found with blue Azurite, and sometimes the two may occur admixed or banded together, forming "Azure-malachite". Read about stones

Wabi-Sabi

Wabi-sabi is the art of finding beauty in imperfection, of accepting natural growth, decay, and death. It reveres authenticity above all else. Wabi-sabi celebrates cracks and crevices and all the other marks that time, weather, and loving use leave behind. It reminds us that we are all but transient beings on this planet-that our bodies as well as the material world around us are in the process of returning to the dust from which we came.

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