Authentic Native American Hand Carved Bone Bear Pin Pendant

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Santo Domingo Puebo artists James and Doris CorizSanto Domingo Puebo artists James and Doris CorizAuthentic Native American Hand Carved Bone
Bear Fetish Pin Pendants

Lonny and Michelle Cloud - HK Item #472

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Authentic Native American Hand carved bone bear fetish pin pendant by Lonny Cloud

Authentic Native American Hand carved bone bear fetish pin pendant by Lonny Cloud

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#NPP472A - $40 plus s/h  
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Paula says - "This bear fetish will soon become one of your personal treasures. Each one is hand carved and hand painted. Wear it as a pin or as a pendant."

Size
1 1/2" x 1 1/2"
Material
Bone
Hallmark

Signed by Lonny Cloud

Artists
Lonny and Michelle Cloud

Authentic Native American Hand carved bone bear fetish pin pendant by Lonny Cloud

On the locking pin finding is a removable sliding pendant bail on the back is suitable for a chain, cable, collar or leather.

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Santo Domingo Puebo artists James and Doris CorizSanto Domingo Puebo artists James and Doris CorizAbout Bone Feather Jewelry

Used by the Plains Indians people for generations, bone and feathers have played an important part of everyday life, ceremonies and adornment.

Lonny and Michelle Cloud were the first modern artists to combine elements of bones and feathers into bone feather jewelry. They have been designing and making their bone feather art for 20 years. Although there have been imitations of their designs the Clouds' work is distinctive and of the finest quality available.


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