Robbie Craig Cedar Bear
A beautiful bear carved from cedar wood by Robbie Craig, Cherokee artist. Great stance and features!
6 1/2″ long x 2 1/4″ wide x 4″ high
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Susie Silook Ivory Madonna
From the late 1990s, this is a beautiful carving of a Madonna figure by well-respected artist Susie Silook. Carved from a female walrus tusk that is smaller than most of Silook’s sculptures, the sculpture is captivating.
Tusk is 9 1/2 in. high x 1 5/8 in. wide by 3/4 in. deep.
Sculpture including base is 10 1/2 in. high x 5 in. wide x 3 3/4 in. deep
Please note that products containing any ivory or other marine mammal components cannot be shipped to New York or California. As of this writing, it is still legal to ship these products to all other states. Click here to see a brochure published by the U.S. Department of the Interior with more details on this topic.
A masterful composition carved from granite and marble by Cliff Fragua of Jemez Pueblo. The bear stands over a southwestern landscape of mountains and rivers, which are etched on the surface of the black granite. In the dry southwestern areas of the U.S., feathers from rain forest parrots represent much needed rain.
The cover lifts from the sculpture to reveal a felt-lined cubic container.
Mr. Fragua is an acclaimed sculptor who was commissioned to create a monumental statue of Pope, the 17th century Pueblo rebellion leader. The statue now stands in the Hall of Governors in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Materials: granite, marble, turquoise, parrot feathers, coral, felt
17″ high to top of feathers; 12″ square
Robbie Craig Cherry Wood Moose
A handsome moose carved from cherry wood by Robbie Craig, Cherokee artist. Beautifully carved and finished. The wood’s grain is quite attractive; the end grain, as seen in the antlers, is particularly so.
Please note the coloration of the wood is consistent; any variations are caused by reflection of light in the digital image. In addition, the rear left hoof appears to be in the air in one of the photos. This is an illusion of the image; all hooves are solidly on the ground.
7 1/2 in. long x 6 1/4 in high x 4 in. wide
A copper and silver sculpture by artist and metalsmith Amelia Joe-Chandler. The traditional Navajo dwelling form is accompanied by two sheep and a tree that doubles as a handle.
This teapot is a gem that exudes charm, culture, and artistry. It comes with a 2nd place ribbon in Sculpture from the Santa Fe Indian Market 2013.
Teapot is 3 7/16″ diameter x 1 1/2″ high. Sculpture is 4″ wide by 3″ high.