Category - Fetish XXX
Fetishes and their meanings a carving believed to have power to protect or aid its owner. Striking moose hand carved from dolomite with turquoise inlaid eyes and pen shell antlers. Moose symbolize being headstrong, unstoppable, having longevity, and being unpredictable. Order this very fun moose carved by one of my favorite carvers, derrick kaamase now and experience the magic of owning a genuine zuni moose fetish. In zuni culture, elk represent stamina, pride, power and majesty. Zuni fetish carvings of elk and moose are not commonly carved and are not traditional. We carry a great selection of zuni elk and moose fetish carvings. Available fetishes can be viewed and ordered via our online catalog here. The zuni believe that a spirit lives within the fetish, giving it its unique power. Common animal fetishes include bears, moles, badgers, wolves, mountain lions, foxes, coyotes and birds. Less common fetishes include domestic creatures such as goats, sheep, horses and cows, as well as snakes, frogs and turtles. These are offerings to the fetish for gifts received or anticipated. Each guardian fetish guards one of the six directions the mountain lion is the guardian of the north,. Zuni antler carvings a1 the basic eight a2 exceptional zuni carvings a3 older carving galleries a4. Older carving galleries a4 (under 150) older carving galleries a4 (150 350) older carving galleries a4 (350 500) older carving galleries a4 (over 500) usual & unusual zuni fetishes a5 from the book zuni fetish. Zuni fetishes jonas hustito moose as unlikely as it may seem, this is not the first moose carving we have seen by a zuni carver. Jonas hustitos moose, though, definitely has the biggest antlers we have encountered. Carved from raspberry serpentine with abalone antlers and inlaid turquoise eyes 2 in. Zuni fetishes historically were small animals carved of natural materials. Each animal and color had a specific significance and were used as a kind of religious talisman. Zuni mythology placed particular importance on mountain lions, bears, badgers, wolves, eagles, moles, and bobcats.