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Freddie Leekya: Travertine, Standing Bear With Fish

Freddie Leekya: Travertine, Standing Bear With Fish


The use of abalone fish as a symbolic representation adds an element of spirituality and reverence to the carving, highlighting the deep connection between nature and spirituality within Zuni culture. This stunning work of art serves not only as a visually captivating masterpiece but also as a powerful symbol of tradition, heritage, and respect for the natural world. A truly remarkable creation that commands attention and admiration from all who are fortunate enough to behold it.

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 4 1/8" X Width 1 1/8" X Height 3 1/2" Purchased

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