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Andres Quandelacy: Spiney Oyster, Bear With Turquoise Fish

Andres Quandelacy: Spiney Oyster, Bear With Turquoise Fish

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Clenched securely in its mouth is a little fish, carved out of vibrant turquoise. The combination of the two materials creates an eye-catching contrast that simply cannot be ignored. The spiny oyster shell gives the bear a rustic and earthy feel, while the turquoise adds a pop of color and liveliness. It's one of those pieces that captures your attention from across the room and continues to mesmerize you as you get closer. 

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 1 3/4" X Width 3/8" X Height 1 " Purchased 
Regular price $130.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $130.00 USD
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