Zuni Mountain Lion Fetish

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 "Lion Eye"
Danette Laate - Zuni Mountain Lion Table Fetish

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Hand made Native American Indian Mountain Lion Fetish

Mountain lion carved from picture jasper with inlaid god's eye of turquoise, coral and jet. Turquoise eyes and power spots.

Material
Picture jasper, turquoise, coral, jet
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Length
3 1/8"
Height
3/4"
Width
1/2"
Hallmark
D L
Artist
Danette Laate, Zuni

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

Hand made Native American Indian Mountain Lion Fetish

Hand made Native American Indian Mountain Lion Fetish

 

"Lion Eye"
Danette Laate - Zuni
Mountain Lion Table Fetish
#FC245
(ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)

$75 SOLD

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Paula says -

"Carved from a beautiful piece of picture jasper with an inlaid god's eye on the back."

Hand made Native American Indian Mountain Lion Fetish

Dime above shows scale of lion.

Hand made Native American Indian Mountain Lion Fetish

Hand made Native American Indian Mountain Lion Fetish

Hand made Native American Indian Mountain Lion 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.

Mountain Lion symbolizes grace, leadership, and strength. Lion has the natural ability to lead without insisting that others follow. She teaches the ability to be so true to yourself - in responsibility, honesty, responsibility -and to trust your inner knowledge and direction. Lion can impart power and self-confidence when dealing with problematic people. The Cherokee people considered Mountain Lion sacred because she has the power to see in the dark.

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