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Dolomite Rainbow Man by Derrick Kaamasee

465.00
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Dolomite Rainbow Man by Derrick Kaamasee

465.00

Large Zuni Fetish by Derrick Kaamasee, very detailed Rainbow Man over pueblo, carved in dolomite and inlaid with turquoise, red coral, lapis, onyx and mother of pearl. 

Approx: 4.375" x 3.875" x 3.75"

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Large Zuni Fetish by Derrick Kaamasee, very detailed Rainbow Man over pueblo, carved in dolomite and inlaid with turquoise, red coral, lapis, onyx and mother of pearl. 

Approx: 4.375" x 3.875" x 3.75"

Rainbow Man

Rainbow Man, also sometimes referred to as the Rainbow Dancer, is a sacred Zuni Indian guardian spirit identified with the life giving summer rains and the colors of the rainbow after the summer’s rain. Although he is not a Kachina, Rainbow man is very important in Zuni traditions  and is symbol of protection and is a symbol of the rainbow which represents the life sustaining rains for their agricultural importance in the arid American Southwest.