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  1. Christine B. Zuni Fetish

    Christine B. Zuni Fetish

    $98.00
    FE18

  2. Daisy Natewa, Zuni Fetish

    Daisy Natewa, Zuni Fetish

    $70.00
    FE14

  3. Dana Malani, Zuni Fetish

    Dana Malani, Zuni Fetish

    $58.00
    FE17

  4. Dannette Laate, Zuni Fetish

    Dannette Laate, Zuni Fetish

    $55.00
    FE16

  5. FE01 - Zuni Hand Carved Skunk Fetish 1

    FE01 - Zuni Hand Carved Skunk Fetish

    $48.00
    Zuni Hand Carved Skunk Fetish by C.B.

  6. FE317 - Zuni Hand Carved Panda Bear Fetish

    FE317 - Zuni Hand Carved Panda Bear Fetish

    $80.00
    Zuni Hand Carved Black Marble Panda Bear Fetish by Bremmette Epaloose

  7. FE326 - Zuni Hand Carved Beaver Fetish by Chris Peina

    FE326 - Zuni Hand Carved Beaver Fetish by Chris Peina

    $52.00
    Zuni Hand Carved Alabaster Beaver Fetish by Chris Peina

  8. FE343 - ELDRED QUAM

    FE343 - ELDRED QUAM

    $14.00
    Zuni mole fetish by Eldred Quam.

  9. FE345 - DANETTE LAATE

    FE345 - DANETTE LAATE

    $48.00
    Zuni mole fetish by Danette Laate.

  10. FE350 - ZUNI RAVEN FETISH

    FE350 - ZUNI RAVEN FETISH

    $62.00
    Zuni raven fetish.

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Zuni fetishes are another example of ceremonialism that has become a beautiful Native American art form as well. True fetishes are carved by most Native American tribes to ceremonially capture the spirit of the animal they represent. Ceremonial fetishes are often tied with offerings of stones, shell, or feathers and are "fed" with corn pollen or other foods as an offering to the spirit of the fetish. The Zuni and other Pueblo tribes keep their fetishes in jars inside of their kivas, bringing them out only for certain ceremonies. The Zuni also carve animal figures and fetishes for art. These carvings are never meant for ceremony, yet certain taboos and restrictions are still observed in their creation. These American Indian stone carvings are made from a variety of stone and shell and are carved by hand giving each their own unique character.