Native American Indian Zuni Corn Maiden Fetish Carving

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Carl Etsate - Zuni Fetish Carving
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Hand made Native American Indian Corn Maiden Fetish Carving

Special Corn Maiden with tabletta (headdress).

Picasso Marble with turquoise inlaid eyes.

Hand made Native American Indian Corn Maiden Fetish Carving

Material
Picasso marble, turquoise, coral
Length
2 3/4"
Height
3/4 "
Width
1/2"
Hallmarks
Signed CE
Artist
Carl Etsate, Zuni

Hand made Native American Indian Corn Maiden Fetish Carving

Zuni Fetish Carving
Corn Maiden - FM197

$40 SOLD

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Hand made Native American Indian Corn Maiden Fetish Carving

Note the intricate detail

She will reach out to you.

Hand made Native American Indian Corn Maiden Fetish Carving

Hand made Native American Indian Corn Maiden Fetish Carving

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Corn Maiden

Corn is to Pueblo people what the buffalo has always been to the Plains Indians, the very symbol of LIFE. In Zuni mythology, the Corn Maidens brought this gift, and many of the carvings of women, especially those with a criss-cross pattern on the body, are carved to pay homage to the Corn Maidens.

A tabletta (also tablita) is a board headdress having stair step edges and decorated with sky scenes and feathers front and back. It is worn by women during ceremonies. A harness holds it onto the head, so that the widest portion is seen from the front or the back.

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.

Picasso Marble (or Picasso stone) is a carbonate rock of diverse natural colors such as gray, brown and black and with seemingly randomly oriented transecting black veinlets. Much of Picasso Marble comes from Utah. Read more about stones.

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