Enrike Leekya Picasso Marble Quail Fetish-Indian Pueblo Store
Enrike Leekya Picasso Marble Quail Fetish-Indian Pueblo Store
Enrike Leekya Picasso Marble Quail Fetish-Indian Pueblo Store
Enrike Leekya Picasso Marble Quail Fetish-Indian Pueblo Store
Enrike Leekya Picasso Marble Quail Fetish-Indian Pueblo Store
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Enrike Leekya Picasso Marble Quail Carving

Item Number: 125077
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Description

Handcrafted by Zuni Pueblo artist Enrike Leekya this striking quail was created by carefully carving Marble Picasso and carefully placing turquoise for the eyes, beak, and topknot of feathers atop the head. A beautiful bird, the Gambel Quail can be seen running across the terrain in the brushlands and scrub of New Mexico and are known for their vocalization in the evening hours.

This carving is a beautiful example of an ancient art form and a celebration of nature. Measures 2-1/2" long, 1-1/8" wide and stands x 3-1/2" tall. Comes with certificate of authencity. 

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