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Southwest Native American Arts and Jewelry in Taos since 1982

Buffalo Dancer by Faye Quandelacy

80.00
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Buffalo Dancer by Faye Quandelacy

80.00

Buffalo dancer fetish carved in brown stone by Faye Quandelacy, inlaid with turquoise and onyx.

Approx:  2.5" x .875" x .75"

 

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Buffalo dancer fetish carved in brown stone by Faye Quandelacy, inlaid with turquoise and onyx.

Approx:  2.5" x .875" x .75"

 

Faye Quandelacy, daughter of the famed Ellen and Dixie Quandelacy, is one of the most recognized and collected Zuni fetish carvers, along with her brothers and sisters (Andres, Avery,  Sandra, Dickie, Stewart and Georgia). She is a graduate of the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe and is known world wide as an accomplished carver. Faye often carves the three stages of womanhood: the Maiden, the Mother, and the Wise Elder.