Zuni Rock Carving Ram Fetish of Ammonite

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 HK Item #FT210
 
 "Rammonite"
Clayton and Abby Quam Panteah - Zuni Ram Table Fetish

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Rammonite is carved from an ammonite fossil.

Why the name Rammonite?
After you read this,
you'll say "How could he be named anything else?".

The name for this particular fossil, ammonite, "....came from their spiral shape as their fossilized shells somewhat resemble tightly-coiled rams' horns." - Wikipedia

Material
Ammonite, Turquoise
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Length
1 1/2"
Height
1 1/8"
Width
5/8"
Hallmark
CAP
Artist
Clayton and Abby Quam Panteah, Zuni

Hand made Native American Indian Horse Fetish  Hand made Native American Indian Horse Fetish
Rear view.              Top view from rear.

"Rammonite"
Clayton and Abby Quam Panteah
Zuni Ram Table Fetish - #FT210

$80 SOLD

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Hand made Native American Indian Horse Fetish

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Hand made Native American Indian Horse Fetish

Hand made Native American Indian Horse Fetish

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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. Every fetish and every stone is different and has its own unique features. Read more about fetishes.

What is an ammonite? An ammonite is a member of an extinct group of marine animals that, although they look more like a chambered Nautilus shell, they are related to the octopus, squid and cuttlefish. They first appeared 400 million years ago and became extinct with the dinosaurs, 65 million years ago. Read more about ammonites.

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