This itty bitty white marble horse was carved by Ed Lementino. He inlaid bright blue turquoise eyes. The mouth is open, almost a smile. The mane and tail are detailed.
As horses offer safety in travel, this one is small enough to fit into a small pouch to carry with you or to hang from a rearview mirror. More about horses below.
Size: .5" H x 1" L x .25" W
Many Native American people believe that horses were in North America before the colonizers arrived. Many Native American people have special relationships with horses, and this was evident during the camps at Standing Rock to protect and defend the river. They represent freedom and safety in travel. And for those of us lucky enough to have had a powerful relationship with horses, they make wonderful friends.
Each Zuni fetish comes in a box with a descriptive card and a tiny bit of corn meal to tide them over until they reach you.