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Alfred Lamy (d): Tagua Nut, Bear

Alfred Lamy (d): Tagua Nut, Bear


First off, tagua nut, also known as vegetable ivory, is an amazing material that comes from the fruit of certain palm trees. It's often used as a sustainable alternative to elephant ivory due to its similar texture and color. As for the turquoise eyes, they add such a charming touch to this bear carving. The combination of the warm and earthy tagua nut with the vibrant turquoise eyes creates a unique and mesmerizing aesthetic.

Bear (Anshe): Bear was the principal animal for the Pueblo People and they are the most prevalent subject of Zuni fetishes. Bear fetishes are used for healing, protection, strength, journeying, mothering, hunting and gathering. Bear‚ hibernation reminds us of the value of going within.

Dimensions: Length: 2" X Width: 1 5/8" X Height: 1 3/8" Purchased 

Regular price $90.00 USD
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