Danny Booqua Pipestone Squirrel Fetish Carving-Indian Pueblo Store
Danny Booqua Pipestone Squirrel Fetish Carving-Indian Pueblo Store
Danny Booqua Pipestone Squirrel Fetish Carving-Indian Pueblo Store
Danny Booqua Pipestone Squirrel Fetish Carving-Indian Pueblo Store
Danny Booqua Pipestone Squirrel Fetish Carving-Indian Pueblo Store
Danny Booqua Pipestone Squirrel Fetish Carving-Indian Pueblo Store
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Danny Booqua Squirrel Carving

Item Number: 029524
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$ 70.00
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$ 70.00
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Description

Hand carved using red pipestone Zuni Pueblo artist Danny Booqua created this bushy-tailed squirrel which features turquoise and black jet inlay for its eyes. The soft nature and storied history of catlinite, more commonly known as pipestone, adds to the wonder of this piece. Found in central North America pipestone has been used by Native Americans for generations and is used in carving pipes. 

Squirrel measures 3-3/8" long by 1-1/2" wide and stands 3-3/4" tall. Comes with certificate of authenticity. 

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