Native American Indian Zuni Tablita Maiden Fetish Carving

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"Queen"
Auriel Lamy - Zuni Tablita Maiden Fetish Carving

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Native American Indian  Maiden Fetish Carving

Material
Antler, turquoise
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Height
2 3/8"
Width
7/8"
Depth
3/4"
Hallmarks
A LAMY   ZUNI
Artist
Auriel Lamy, Zuni

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

Native American Indian  Maiden Fetish Carving

Native American Indian  Maiden Fetish Carving

 

"Queen"
Auriel Lamy - Zuni
Tablita Maiden Fetish Carving
FM219 -
$50 plus s/h
(ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)

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Paula says - "With her ceremonial headdress and inlaid turquoise power spots, this Tablita Maiden is the very picture of a queen."

Native American Indian  Maiden Fetish Carving

Dime above shows scale of carving.

Native American Indian  Maiden Fetish Carving

Native American Indian  Maiden Fetish Carving

Note the long hair flowing down her back.

 

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TABLETTA - 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.

ANTLER - Antler is a hornlike, bony growth, usually branched, that grows in pairs on the head of a deer, moose, elk, caribou, or other members of the deer family. Antlers occur on the heads of male deer and on some related species of either sex. Because of antler's rich brown colors and ease of carving, it is a preferred medium of many carvers. Antlers are a renewable resource, as they are shed each year and grow more branches each season as the animal ages.

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