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  1. AL158 - KEEVIN CAMBRIDGE ALABASTER SCULPTURE

    AL158 - KEEVIN CAMBRIDGE ALABASTER SCULPTURE

    $92.99
    Navajo Handcarved alabaster sculpture by Keevin Cambridge.

  2. AL16107 - Alvin Marshall Alabaster

    AL16107 - Alvin Marshall Alabaster

    $1,500.00

    Retail: $1,925.00

    Navajo Handmade Alabaster Sculpture by Alvin Marshall.

  3. AL16109 - Alvin Marshall Alabaster

    AL16109 - Alvin Marshall Alabaster

    $1,155.00
    Navajo Handmade Alabaster Sculpture by Alvin Marshall.

  4. AL16111 - Alvin Marshall Alabaster

    AL16111 - Alvin Marshall Alabaster

    $1,034.00
    Navajo Handmade Alabaster Sculpture By Alvin Marshall.

  5. AL16113 - Alvin Marshal Alabaster

    AL16113 - Alvin Marshal Alabaster

    $895.00

    Retail: $1,155.00

    Navajo Handmade Alabaster Sculpture by Alvin Marshall

  6. AL16115 - Alvin Marshall Alabaster

    AL16115 - Alvin Marshall Alabaster

    $3,325.00
    Navajo Handmade Alabaster Sculpture by Alvin Marshall

  7. AL183 - SUSIE JOE ALABASTER SCULPTURE

    AL183 - SUSIE JOE ALABASTER SCULPTURE

    $47.99
    Navajo Handcarved alabaster sculpture by Susie Joe.

  8. AL184 - RICHARD SILVER ALABASTER SCULPTURE

    AL184 - RICHARD SILVER ALABASTER SCULPTURE

    $64.99
    Navajo Handcarved alabaster sculpture by Richard Silver

  9. AL188 - Susie Joe Alabaster

    AL188 - Susie Joe Alabaster

    $117.99
    Navajo Hand carved alabaster sculpture by Susie Joe.

  10. AL191 - Ray Toddy Alabaster

    AL191 - Ray Toddy Alabaster

    $94.99
    Navajo Hand carved alabaster sculpture by Ray Toddy.

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Native American stone carved sculptures, often of Native Limestone, alabaster, and other minerals, do not have their roots in ceremonialism but are created for artistic display. Nevertheless, many of these striking creations reflect the themes of Native American religion and cosmology. Sometimes realistic, depicting scenes from everyday life and sometimes interpretive, expressing ideas of Native American spirituality often using ancient symbols and ideas in modern form, these sculptures are a unique expression of the individual Native American artist’s heritage and creativity. Like all Native American art, these carvings and sculptures provide an interesting and dramatic contrast to any decor and do not limit themselves to strictly Southwest decor or exclusive displays of American Indian art.