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"Frog One"
Clayton and Abby Quam Panteah - Zuni Orthocera Frog

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Authentic Native American Zuni orthocera frog  fetish carving by Clayton and Abby Quam Panteah

Materials
orthocera, turquoise, Read about stones
Length
2"
Width
7/8"
Height
3/8"
Hallmark
inscribed: CAP
Artist
Clayton and Abby Quam Panteah, Zuni

Authentic Native American Zuni orthocera frog  fetish carving by Clayton and Abby Quam Panteah

Authentic Native American Zuni orthocera frog  fetish carving by Clayton and Abby Quam Panteah

"Frog One"
Clayton and Abby Quam Panteah
Zuni
Orthocera Frog Carving

F382 - $54 plus s/h
(ONLY ONE AVAILABLE)

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Authentic Native American Zuni orthocera frog  fetish carving by Clayton and Abby Quam Panteah

Authentic Native American Zuni orthocera frog  fetish carving by Clayton and Abby Quam Panteah

Tiny inlaid turquoise eyes.

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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. Although carved from many types of rock, fishrock is traditional. Read more about fetishes.

Frog Symbolism

Frogs are considered a major rain-bringing animal and are very important to Native Peoples who live in an arid portion of the southwest US. Frogs also represent abundance and fertility. It is said that women become pregnant when a frog fetish is kept next to the bed - which can be a good thing or a surprise! So be forewarned!

What is an Orthocera?

Orthoceras were the earliest recognizable animals and were able to swim and crawl. Orthoceras ranged in size from a few inches to over six feet long. When they died, their shells fell to the ocean floor and over the years minerals replaced the animals' organic matter turning them to stone.

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