Zuni fetish necklace
The unknown artisan Considered the oldest symbol of Mother Earth, they're strung in traditional pueblo style with genuine, It's a wonderful assortment of hand In tribal culture, they symbolize creation and longevity. At the center is a wire wrapped and It's a wonderful assortment
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Zuni Fetish Carving Jewelry
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Hey guys, I found this really helpful guide from the Keshi foundation of New Mexico, a public non-profit promoting Zuni arts. Fabrications were still considered by many, to be the real thing. Zuni artists continue to be harmed by the sale of imitations. If you are unable to zoom in without the text getting blurry, here it is in two separate halves and transcribed. Look for: -The name of the carver, attributable to a Zuni family known for carving Fetishes.
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Native American tribes have created some of the most iconic jewelry of all time. Here at Southwest Silver Gallery, we are proud to do our part to keep that rich cultural tradition alive by sourcing and selling authentic fetish necklaces and pendants from Zuni, Navajo, Hopi, and Santo Domingo tribes throughout Arizona and New Mexico. If you're looking to add something unique to your fine jewelry collection, consider our gorgeous Native American silver feather pendants, or any Zuni fetish necklaces that catch your eye. Fetishes are objects that are crafted from bone, wood, shell, stone, or other materials.
Globally recognized for their remarkable skill and attention to detail, the Zuni tribe is especially known for their enchanting fetish carvings. Fetishes are small carvings — often of animals — that are made from a variety of different materials indigenous to the region such as shell, bone, clay, or stone, with the most common being a soft stone called serpentine. The Zuni tribes have used fetishes for ceremonial and spiritual purposes as far back as A.
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