Authentic Navajo Horse and Raven Fetish Necklace

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Ben Livingston - Navajo Hand Carved
10-Horse and Raven Fetish Necklace
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Navajo Heishi Jet Horse and Raven Fetish Necklace

Length
29"
Fetishes
Raven is 1 3/4" x 1 3/4"
Horses are 1 3/8" long x 1" tall
Materials
Acoma Jet, Turquoise Heishi, Coral and Turquoise Beads
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Artist
Ben Livingston, Navajo

Navajo Heishi Jet Horse and Raven Fetish Necklace

Acoma Jet with Turquoise inlay eyes and power spots. Turquoise heishi in between.

Navajo Heishi Jet Horse and Raven Fetish Necklace

Dime in photo shows scale of carvings.

Ben Livingston, a talented Navajo carver from New Mexico enjoys horseback riding, hunting and fishing. He started carving when he got out of high school. Most of his carvings relate to Navajo people, things that are sacred to them and have some meaning to them. His pieces are traditional, highly prized and collected.

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Ben Livingston Navajo
10-Horse and Raven Fetish Necklace

NF404 - $330 SOLD

Navajo Heishi Jet Horse and Raven Fetish Necklace

10 beautiful black horses and a stunning black raven for the centerpiece.

Navajo Heishi Jet Horse and Raven Fetish Necklace

Navajo Heishi Jet Horse and Raven Fetish Necklace

Over the neck style with traditional squaw wrap.

A "squaw wrap" is where the ends of a necklace are permanently wrapped together so the necklace is slipped over the head to take it on and off.

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What is a Fetish?

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.

Jet (Acoma Jet) is a solid black type of lignite coal that is mined around the Acoma Pueblo region, thus the name Acoma Jet, or Jet for short. It is very popular for carving fetishes. It is also used for inlaying but usually not used in stone sets. Read more about stones.

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