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Inlaid Antler Tablita Maiden by Troy Sice

1,029.00
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Inlaid Antler Tablita Maiden by Troy Sice

1,029.00

Zuni fetish by master carver Troy Sice, tablita maiden carved in antler and inlaid with onyx, red and pink coral, turquoise, lapis and mother of pearl. 

Approx: 4.125" x 1.25" x .75"

 

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Zuni fetish by master carver Troy Sice, tablita maiden carved in antler and inlaid with onyx, red and pink coral, turquoise, lapis and mother of pearl. 

Approx: 4.125" x 1.25" x .75"

 

Troy Sice

Troy Sice, is a third-generation Zuni fetish carver, the grandson of George H. CheeChee and one of the top most collected carvers from Zuni Pueblo. Troy's works include sitting and standing bears, frogs, badgers, corn maidens, and dancing bears. Troy also carves the traditional water serpent Kolowisi, as well as Knifewing, eagle dancer, buffalo dancer, and the Hopi warrior woman.Troy's art has been featured in numerous publications such as 505 Magazine, The Collector's Guide of New Mexico, Native Peoples Magazine, and Accent Magazine.

Troy's works include sitting and standing bears, frogs, badgers, and corn maidens. Recently he has added unique singing and dancing bears, in addition to his own take on the famous nativity story. His version includes six inlaid carved figures: Mary, Joseph, the three wise men, and baby Jesus. Sometimes the sets can also include angels, camels, donkeys, cows, sheep, and coyotes. Troy also carves the traditional water serpent Kolowisi, as well as Knifewing, eagle dancer, buffalo dancer, and the Hopi warrior woman.

Troy's art was been in numerous publications such as 505 Magazine, The Collector's Guide of New Mexico, Native Peoples Magazine, and Accent Magazine.