DescriptionThis distinguished eagle fetish from Zuni Pueblo artist Ron Lunasee is an exquisite example of Pueblo craftsmanship. With its hues of brown and white, this carved jasper eagle is an exquisite piece that celebrates Zuni culture and the Native American legacy of carving.
In Zuni culture, eagles are revered animals seen as guardians of the world above. Beautiful and inspiring, this highly detailed and sculptural fetish celebrates the power of a distinguished animal.
Fetish measures 2-7/8" long and 5/8" wide, stands 1" tall. Comes with certificate of authenticity.
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